- Aston Martin’s Lagonda brand showed off the All-Terrain Concept at the Geneva Motor Show 2019 and it could be the future of SUV design.
- According to the brand, it’s the first luxury battery electric vehicle promising both autonomous and zero-emissions driving, with an opulent touch.
- The car is expected to enter production in 2022 in Wales.
The new Aston Martin All-Terrain concept is pioneering the future of SUV design.
The brand claims it’s the first luxury battery electric vehicle promising both autonomous and zero-emissions driving, with an opulent touch.
The car will be powered by two electric motors, which will be mounted on its floor, one on each axle, freeing up a considerable amount of space in the shell for the occupant to enjoy.
The concept features gesture and voice control systems, a levitating key, which will work as the driver’s own personal assistant, rotating seats and premium materials.
The Aston Martin Lagonda All-Terrain Concept is expected to enter production in 2022 in St Athan, Wales.
Produced by Mirianna la Grasta and David Ibekwe.
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