When you see the design of the new 2020 Aston Martin Lagonda, you will be blinded by the powerful and luxurious exterior, that’s for sure. The attractive Lagonda, however, has been said to keep some of its retro and bulky features, but undergo some redesign and get futuristic features as well. In the front part of this vehicle, you will notice a chrome grille with seven horizontal slats. It could be said that its nose is sporty and elegant at the same time. Fog lights have been vertically oriented in pairs while in the back it will provide 3D taillights that look somewhat thinner and redesigned.
All the fans of Aston Martin brand probably wonder if they can expect the well-known and strongly anticipated luxury inside the 2020 Lagonda as well. Well, we can only say that this car will follow the trends of the next-generation vehicles and upgrade its technological features. Inside the cabin, you can expect fine leather and top-quality materials. The leather seats will be adjustable in many ways and offer options such as heating, cooling and massage. A real treat, isn’t it? When it comes to technology, you can hope for the latest infotainment system and options such as Android Auto, Apple Car Play, Wi-Fi hotspot, USB ports and a standard version of this car will probably come with 10 speakers and a subwoofer. The back seat passengers have also been expected to get their own forms of entertainment on the rear display screens.
The power train of the 2020 Aston Martin Lagonda has still been a mystery, but the experts would predict that it could use the same engine as the one seen on DB11. It means that one of the options would include a V-12 engine, able to make 600 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque that needs 3.9-seconds to reach 60 mph while the estimated top speed is 200 mph. The other version could come with a 6.0-liter V-12 and 540 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque. It has been mentioned that some of the AMG options could also appear as a choice. Electric versions have also been considered.
2020 Aston Martin Lagonda
Being a 2020 model, it is still early to discuss the price details of the new Aston Martin Lagonda. This model is expected to hit the market somewhere in 2019, so we will have to wait and see.