If you are an Aston Martin fan at all, you will remember the limited production of the Aston Martin Lagonda sedan that was produced between 1974 and 1990. The car was so limited in fact, that in the 16 years it was produced, the company only manufactured 645 models.
But now the Aston Martin Lagonda is set to get a new lease on life with the unveiling of the 2015 Lagonda Sedan.
The 2015 Lagonda arrived in Oman this week to supposedly undergo some further testing. This was also the first time we got to see a glimpse of the Lagonda, and, by the looks of things, it is one classy car. (more…)
Writing about what’s cool, fast or expensive has been the usual here on carblog, but when seeing the latest Aston Martin Lagon, our eyes got hurt and we decided it’s time to blog about it. Considered the “luxury car of the future”, Lagonda is one of the oldest and most iconic names in luxury car manufacturing that is will be revived after a nearly 18 year absence to celebrate the brand’s 100th anniversary. And they did it in Geneva. A mix between a sedan and a crossover, there’s a dominating front with a wide grille that has horizontal bars, large air intakes, swept-back headlights, and blackened A-pillars. Call us conservative, but for some reason we won’t vouch for it, even if Aston Martin Lagonda is expected to “create a new kind of customer relationship, instilling the spirit of travel, adventure and style into a single, formidable package.”
What do you think? – via