Aston Martin will channel their efforts into producing EVs and Hybrids only by 2025. The Lagonda luxury brand will start the ball with their first electric SUV, the All-Terrain.
The Lagonda All-Terrain Concept may just be a prototype, but we already know that the production version of the electric SUV will begin in 2022. Backing up for a moment, Aston Martin revived the Lagonda luxury sub-brand at last year’s Geneva Motor Show and introduced the Vision Concept.
For this year’s grand car show, Lagonda has decided to reveal a more fitting concept that has taken to form of an SUV. The All-Terrain name might not be overstating the SUV’s true nature as Aston Martin CEO, Andy Palmer, said: “This is a car that would be at home whisking someone straight from a glamorous red-carpet event to a remote scientific research lab.”
There is precious little information or specifications available on the All-Terrain however we do know that it will be autonomous-ready and that, hang on, the car’s key will hover between the front seats thanks to electromagnets.
Although the Lagonda All-Terrain Concept seems closer to being production ready than last year’s Vision Concept, we doubt the cabin’s lack of vents and speakers, floating key, rear suicide and gullwing doors, and gargantuan size will make it unscathed at the other end of the production line.
Lagonda All-Terrain Concept Pictures Gallery