The Aston Martin Lagonda Taraf has a 6.0-liter, naturally aspirated V12 with 533 hp.
Aston Martin will delay launching its electrified Lagonda brand until after 2025.
Aston Martin’s second assembly plant will start building the DBX SUV in Q2 2020.
Aston Martin is making Lagonda an all-electric luxury brand with a sedan and SUV.
Aston Martin could use its high-end Lagonda models for exclusive ride-sharing fleets.
The first-ever Aston SUV will be manufactured alongside the new range of Lagonda-branded vehicles.
Aston says SUVs and electrification are the dominating trends, and the Lagonda embraces both.
Aston Martin’s Lagonda All-Terrain Concept will be electric and draw crowds in Switzerland.
The former RAF base will be responsible for manufacturing all future Astons with electrified powertrains.
The new Lagonda luxury saloon will be Aston’s first all-electric model once it arrives in 2021.
Its design will be an evolution of the Lagonda ‘Vision Concept’ revealed in Geneva.
The Varekai could become Lagonda’s first crossover since an ill-fated 2009 concept.
The new Lagonda concept makes Rolls-Royce look like “Ancient Greece,” according to its designer.
Revived Lagonda sub-brand presents an electric sedan concept in Geneva.
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