In 2009, at the Geneva Motor Show, people were shocked with the Lagonda concept.
After two years a new report indicates the Lagonda revival is full steam ahead. Not a lot of details were made public, but what we do know is that the company is looking for a partner to supply a powertrain and platform for a luxury-oriented crossover.
China and Russia are the first lucky ones as a few models are being developed for their market. Now, Aston Martin is present in 35 countries, but one has to be careful when driving a sports car. For example in Russia, a car that can take difficult winters and difficult roads is needed. Or at least this is Aston Martin's communications director opinion.
The prices are expected to range from $161,690 to $485,040. Quite a lot of money.
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