Lagonda's revival is in full swing at Aston Martin and today the luxury marque has revealed its SUV project, which the company says will be the first zero emissions, battery-powered luxury vehicle. Set to be unveiled in 2021, the currently unnamed car will compete with vehicles such as the Cullinan and Bentayga and will follow the design language of the recently revealed Vision Concept. The SUV will be the first production model from the newly-revitalized brand, a brand that began its life more than a century ago in Staines, England.
Aston Martin announces production of its first all-electric car
The car will enter production in 2019.