According to a recent report, Aston Martin's ever expanding lineup will see a number of changes in the next few years. Full coverage inside.
According to a recent report, Aston Martin's ever expanding lineup will see a number of changes in the next few years.
The biggest news is the death of the Lagonda SUV. Introduced to universal scorn, at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show, the concept was quickly put on "indefinite hold" due to the difficult economic climate (marketing speak for 'everyone hated it'). It will be replaced by a Lagonda sedan, based on the Aston Martin Rapide. Details are limited, but Automotive News is reporting the car will have an extended-wheelbase for additional rear leg room.
In the coupe department, the Vantage will undergo a minor facelift in 2011 before a full redesign happens in 2014 or 2015. A new DB9/DB10 will debut in 2013 with styling inspired by the One-77 supercar.
Contrary to previous reports, Aston Martin will reportedly sell the Cygnet in the United States. Set to become 2012 model, the Toyota iQ-based atrocity will cost approximately $35,000.