Aston Martin Lagonda All-Terrain Concept SUV

Mar 7, 2019

Category: Rides

If their upcoming releases are any indication, Aston Martin is ready to be crowned king of the automotive world. And the latest argument for them assuming the throne is an interesting one, indeed. Allow us to introduce the Lagonda All-Terrain Concept SUV.

With the aim of creating the world’s first zero-emission luxury brand, Aston Martin’s Lagonda sub-brand based this 4×4 on the brand’s advanced Battery Electric drivetrain — meaning it’s not just a luxury off-roader, but also all-electric. Of course, that’s hardly all it has to offer. The All-Terrain Concept also boasts a sleek exterior with integrated LED lighting, bold interior design cues and futuristic tech borrowed directly from the brand’s Vision supercar, Cashmere upholstery accents, and they’re even promising some measure of autonomous driving. With the possibility of going into production as early as 2022, the Lagonda All-Terrain Concept could change the face of off-roading forever.

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