Aston Martin has presented the
Lagonda Vision Concept, an emission-free luxury vehicle, at the Geneva Motor
show. Production is planned to start in 2021. Lagonda aims to be the world’s
first zero emission luxury brand.
The Lagonda ‘Vision Concept’
is a near future study that previews the design language that could potentially
be seen in production Lagonda models as soon as 2021. Alongside the new
concept, two 40 per cent scale models are being displayed, one coupe concept
and one SUV concept, to illustrate how the Lagonda design language could be
adapted for the future.
The Vision Concept showcases
Lagonda design ingenuity. Both far shorter and lower than traditional
limousines, the exceptional space efficiency that has been achieved by its
radical design means there is room inside for four adults, each of two metres
height or more, to stretch out in luxurious comfort.
Far more than any orthodox
design, the Lagonda Vision Concept was designed from the inside out because
that is what the architecture allows. With no need to package a vast internal
combustion engine, gearbox and transmission, Lagonda’s designers could optimise
the interior down to the smallest detail and then build up the exterior of the
car around it.
The Lagonda Vision Concept
doesn’t have a bonnet because one is not required. But it still needs to travel
through the air and to do so as efficiently as possible to preserve battery
life, which is why its shape is so sleek and dynamic.
Source: Aston Martin
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