Aston Martin Lagonda
Aston Martin Lagonda | $ 200,000
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Aston Martin Lagonda

Aston Martin Lagonda

Aston Martin Lagonda was first unrevealed in the year 1976. This new product type from Aston Martin gained its popularity for its eye-catching model, a high exterior as well as interior design and an affordable price. Built by the British supercar maker with sophisticated technology, this luxurious four-door saloon of the Grand Tourer class has a FR layout and has an engine of 5.3 L V8. The previous car launched by Aston Martin was Lagonda Rapide. Different series of Lagonda has been manufactured from time to time with different specifications. Lagonda is the first car to be produced where computer management and panel of digital instrument has been used. The price varied between 32,620 pounds to 49,933 pounds.

   

Interior

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The interior design of the Lagonda greatly differs from other. The design of the interior has been done in such a way that the rear seats look o lot like those of a jet and the front ones are more driver-focused. The dash has two stacks for holding the infotainment system with one in the bottom and one in the top. In addition, most of the functions are voice activated so the numbers of switches are very less. All over, the design is so superb that the Lagonda provides a complete functional, tech-rich and lavish environment. With the entire headrest available in the rear and the cup holders, the Aston Martin Lagonda is complete car and perfect as long-distance cruiser.

 

Exterior

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The exterior design of the Aston Martin Lagonda varied with different series that were manufactured in between the year 1974 and 1990. The car from Series 1 had a four door, long-wheelbase version similar to that of Aston Martin V8. The second series that was launched was a wedge shaped model and was very different from the first series. Designed by William Towns the fourth series greatly differed from the other in its exterior. There was a significant facelift and the sharp edges of the car were round off. Instead of the pop-up headlights, each side grille replaced with triple headlights. This model was equipped with 16-inch wheel instead of side swage line. This car was designed to be retro rather than futuristic. The overall exterior design was done inspired from the LG6 Lagondas in form of bust rear-end, front-end graphics and roofline.

 

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