Luxury Rolls-Royce Cullinan Will Have A Rival From Aston Martin
Aston Martin has teased with its first All-Terrain crossover. The concept will be officially presented early next month in Geneva.
Aston Martin is the latest automaker that enters its player in the segment of luxury SUVs. The Rolls-Royce Cullinan, Lamborghini Urus, Bentley Bentayga are on sale. Even Ferrari thinks about its own crossover. McLaren and Bugatti are the remaining luxury brands to embody the idea.
Developing of SUVs by sports car manufacturers is reasonable enough. Porsche could prove it with the Cayenne.
As for the Aston Martin All-Terrain Concept, it is based on the revived Lagonda. Like the Lagonda Vision sedan, presented in 2018 at the Geneva Motor Show, the crossover will be fully electric (another trend).
Aston has not informed any technical details yet, but we can expect the driving range of 350-400 miles (563-644km).
The Lagonda SUV will be one of six or seven models which the company intends to present in the near foreseeable future.
The Vantage, DB11 and DBS Superleggera have been already sold. The DBX crossover in its product version will be introduced at the end of 2019. Plus two Lagonda models – the sedan and the mentioned conditional All-Terrain.