Aston Martin subsidiary brand Lagonda will reveal the first glimpse of its next production car at the Geneva Motor Show next month with the All-Terrain Concept.
Teased in a new image, the concept will serve as the basis of Lagonda’s first zero-emissions vehicle. It’s said to take inspiration from the Vision Concept unveiled at Geneva last year, so expect a sleek, elegant design and a luxurious cabin on this new machine.
The preview picture doesn’t give too much away, although a large silhouette is visible with a prominent gold strip heading up the front fascia. Also visible is the Lagonda logo, which compromises mostly of text — with a stylised ‘O’ standing out.
Based on the All-Terrain name, it’s fair to assume this machine will be designed with off-road functionality in mind.
No exact confirmation has been given on powertrain details at this stage, but it has been confirmed as all-electric. This fits firmly with Lagonda’s plan to become an entirely zero-emissions brand, starting from 2021 when a production version of the All-Terrain Concept hits the roads.
Lagonda’s last production car was the extremely limited-run Taraf, with just 200 examples of that luxury saloon made. Each had a starting price of £685k — although many have since exchanged hands on the used market for over £1m.
As well as the Lagonda production car, Aston Martin is also developing a performance SUV to feature under its own wing. The DBX is set to be revealed later this year, and will be built at a new facility in St Athan, Wales.