Aston Martin Lagonda Vision Concept has driving range of up to 650 kilometers. Front seats can be turned around for face-to-face conversation with rear passengers.
Aston Martin, at the ongoing Geneva Motor Show unveiled its upcoming premium car brand Lagonda. With the premiere of this class-apart product, Aston Martin has announced the commencement of bringing in the electric and autonomous premium vehicles under Lagonda’s badge.
Aston Martin Lagonda Vision concept signifies the company’s approach towards being an electric vehicle specialist and ensuring the creation of state-of-the-art zero-emission luxury cars. The British auto-maker with its Lagonda Vision Concept is exhibiting its vision of luxury mobility.
The auto-giant has smartly planted the electric motor and has also ensured that extra space created by using electric powertrain is fully utilized in offering raised comfort levels to the occupants. Innovations are preached at its level best as the front row seats can be turned around to create a mini boardroom like seating arrangement for face-to-face discussions. Moreover, usage of premium materials like carbon and cashmere makes the interior more lavish.
Aston Martin Lagonda Vision Concept features dual driving options – level-four autonomous driving and driving through the steering wheel. The driver just has to enter his destination, sit back and just enjoy the ride in the level-four autonomous driving mode. The car monitors the roadway conditions for an entire trip along with performing all the safety-critical driving functions.
Mechanical details of the Logonda Vision concept aren’t disclosed by the company, but it is confirmed that the concept will have a driving range of up to 650 kilometers. The auto-maker has also confirmed that two production models, first being the Lagonda Vision Concept production ready car and second being a coupe or an SUV segment car, will be introduced in the year 2021 and 2023 respectively.
Apart from showcasing Aston Martin Lagonda concept, the company has also displayed its Vantage cars and new DB11 at the 2018 Geneva Auto Show.