A Vision Lagonda on stilts? Perhaps.
Aston Martin’s subsidiary luxury brand, Lagonda, are set to present their second concept car at the upcoming Geneva motor show, and it’s an important one at that. With production slated to begin in 2021 with an all-electric SUV, it’s important that we actually get a feel for the thing. Thus far we’ve only seen the Lagonda Vision Concept, but now, we’ll get to see the production car that we may be able to start ordering late next year.
Called the All-Terrain Concept, the new car is expected to elevate Lagonda to new heights (get it). The company claims that they have “created a car boasting extraordinary style & space efficiency, combined with a rakish design language,” which loosely translates to ‘luxury SUV’ in English. If Lagonda’s claims of being an ultra-luxury marque prove to be true, this might very well be the first ultra-luxury zero-emissions battery-electric SUV on the market when it debuts in 2021, beating Rolls-Royce and Bentley to the punch.
The All-Terrain concept will not be alone in Geneva though, as it’ll be flanked by the new Aston Martin Vantage & DBS Superleggera, both of which will be properly done-up by the company’s ‘Q’ bespoke division. The Vantage is said to feature a ‘Cosmos Orange’ paint job while the DBS will “explore dark, Gothic themes.” Very brooding.