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Aston Martin Lagonda Concept

Report: Aston Martin Lagonda SUV project still alive

During the recent run of auto shows, we’ve seen many luxury automakers release concepts for a possible production SUV model in the near future. Maserati showed us the Kubang, Bentley showed us the EXP 9 F Concept and Lamborghini showed off the new Urus Concept. But let’s not forget which uber-luxury automaker first showed interest […]

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Report: More details on the Aston Martin Lagonda SUV on the way

Aston Martin, much like many of its other counterparts in the auto industry, are expanding their lineups more than ever, though not just to reduce the company’s CAFE or Corporate Average Fuel Economy like the Aston Martin Cygnet, the hideous Toyota iQ based luxury subcompact. In order to expand their offerings and increase sales and […]

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Aston Martin boss confirms Lagonda’s rebirth

Aston Martin CEO Dr. Ulrich Bez has confirmed that the company will indeed bring back the Lagonda brand, saying it was ‘go’ and that it ‘will not stand on one leg.’ Aston Martin is currently seeking financial backing for the Lagonda project and is also looking for a partner to provide platfrom and drivetrain technologies. […]

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Report: Aston Martin CEO confirms Lagonda SUV production

Around two months ago, we heard reports that Aston Martin has shelved plans to build the all-wheel-drive Lagonda SUV Concept that made its debut at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. Well, it seems like Aston took the idea back off the shelf and is considering building the model based on the Mercedes-Benz GL platform. The […]

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Aston Martin kills Lagonda SUV, Rapide based Lagonda sedan in the works

It’s been a while since Aston Martin has said anything about the relaunch of the Lagonda brand. According to latest reports, Aston Martin has killed plans to build the awkward looking all-wheel-drive Lagonda SUV that made its debut at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. What’s the reason? At first you might think it’s probably due […]

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Report: Aston Martin planning 6 new model over next 6 years

Aston Martin is getting ready to launch six new models over the next six years. The models will include a replacement to the DB9 / DBS, Vantage, Rapide as well as new models including the Lagonda and Cygnet. The Aston Martin DB9 replacement will include a redesigned exterior, fresh interior and an updated V12 engine. […]

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Brand Spankin’ New Images: Aston Martin Lagonda Concept

Last we heard anything on the Aston Martin Lagonda Concept it was reported that the project is on an indefinite hold due to the global economic uncertainty. Also, sources said that Aston Martin chairman David Richards was one of the many who was not pleased with the concept that made its debut in March at […]

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Report: Aston Martin’s Lagonda won’t have an SUV in its lineup

According to a report by AutoTelegraaf, Aston Martin is still busy thinking of what segments its new revived Lagonda brand will target. It’s no doubt that the new luxury brand will consist of several different models but after seeing the Lagonda Concept at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show, many of us have our fingers crossed […]

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Aston Martin’s Lagonda to unveil a completely different concept in May

There is no question that the Lagonda Concept received a very “awkward” acceptance at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. Even with the Mercedes-Benz GL underpinnings, Aston Martin came up with concept that resembled an SUV and while we don’t want to say it and should keep our opinions to ourselves (since we’re journalists just reporting […]

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Lagonda Concept gives first hint at Aston Martin, Mercedes-Benz cooperation

It’s no surprise that the reception of the Lagonda Concept by Aston Martin was … well, awkward. Not many liked the design of the concept that is said to revive the old luxury brand by 2012. However, according to Aston Martin Lagonda designer Marek Reichman, said that the “body language is avant-garde.” Reichman confirmed that the […]

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