The novelty will be made similar to the concept Lagonda Vision Concept and will begin to sell in 2021. The main competitors of the crossover will be Rolls-Royce Cullinan and Bentley Bentayga.
Aston Martin plans to release an electric crossover in 2021. The car will be sold under a sub-brand Lagonda. The main competitors of the car will be Rolls-Royce Cullinan and Bentley Bentayga, reports Autocar.
Judging by the first images, the design of the model will be repeated the concept Lagonda Vision Concept, which was shown at the Geneva Motor Show this year. The novelty will receive a full drive and will, according to representatives of Aston Martin “exclusively luxurious” cars. Each of the electric crossovers will be assembled manually. Other details about the car so far are kept secret.
Also in the plans for the company to build in 2019 an electric version of the sedan Rapide. The novelty will be called RapidE. Most likely, the electric car will be released in limited edition. It is expected that only 155 copies of the model will be available for purchase. The model will be manufactured in the UK.
The concept car Lagonda Vision is equipped with front seats that can be rotated 180 degrees so that passengers can sit facing each other. Thanks to the steering column with the electric drive the car can change the configuration under the right-hand or left-hand traffic pattern.
The prototype also received an autopilot of the fourth level. This means that the car is able to move completely independently, but if desired, the driver at any time can take control of himself.