Aston Martin released a gallery of photos starring their new Lagonda sedan, which Carscoops.com published Aug. 7. This new model was designed exclusively for the Middle East, where the images were taken (Oman).
The Aston Martin Lagonda takes inspiraton from the original model from the mid 1970’s. The most notable similarity between the new Lagonda and the original is the long front end, which resolves with a narrow and “pointy” front fascia. The rear is short, just like the original, drawing more attention to the cabin and lengthy front-end. Also, one of the most important cues is the four-door layout.
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While Aston Martin remains tight-lipped about the Lagonda’s technical details, we can assume that the car will be powered by the same 6.0-liter V12 engine powering the V12 Vantage S Roadster. This engine produces 650 bhp and 457 lb-ft of torque. What would be even more exciting is if Aston Martin decided power the Lagonda with the 7.3-liter V12 found in the One-77.
As previously stated, the Middle East will exclusively be getting the Aston Martin Lagonda. It looks as though we will have to wait for an owner to sell one in order for it to come overseas.
Be sure to stay with us for more information on the Lagonda as it is released.
(Source: Aston Martin, Carscoops)