Aston Martin has officially revealed that its first car from luxury sub-brand Lagonda will be an all-electric SUV, arriving in 2021.
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The new Lagonda brand, launched by Aston Martin in Geneva, is set to become ultimate luxury zero-emission brand. The first model to be SUV.
Aston says that a revitalized Lagonda is set to be the world’s first luxury brand exclusively driven by zero-emission powertrain technologies.
Aston Martin is developing its first all-electric car, the RapidE using the Rapide AMR as a base. It's targeted above Tesla.
Won't see the light of day before the early part of next decade. Aston Martin is in the middle of a complete model overhaul which might also include a...
Don't tell the CEO of Aston Martin Lagonda that a household appliance maker can add electric vehicles to its product portfolio in just a few short years.
Henrik Fisker designed the original Aston Martin Vantage back in 2005, but this newest version of the Vantage, released just yesterday, has an uncanny resemble...
Aston Martin CEO, Andy Palmer, explains the automaker's future electrification goals. The company intends to electrify its full lineup and will go it alone.
Aston Martin has announced plans to bring its first fully electric car to market by 2019. Strangely, the company has hired a well-known engine boss to help.
Aston Martin has confirmed production of its first all-electric model, although plans for the EV seem to have changed a little bit over time
As for the forthcoming EV, technical specifications are shrouded in mystery at this point, but it is believed the RapidE will have 800 horsepower (600 kilowatts)...
When it comes to Tesla's Model S, Palmer claims the RapidE is in a league of its own. I would argue that Tesla fits in the premium market, competing with the...
Aston Martin CEO, Andy Palmer, told CNBC that James Bond may soon be sporting an electric Aston Martin. He explained why an electric vehicle could be chosen to...
Aston Martin announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), with technology company LeEco (formerly LeTv).
Andy Palmer, CEO of Aston Martin says the entire industry will move to electricity and his company will be a part of that movement
Quoting Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer: “We don’t do Ludicrous because Ludicrous speed is stupid.”
Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer confirmed plan of electric Rapide in 2017 followed by plug-in hybrid and electric DBX.
Aston Martin is currently developing a 1,000 HP pure electric car.
Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer stated, “I see in our future obviously V12s, V8s and probably battery-electric cars.”