Official images: 2015 Aston Martin Lagonda sedanby Byron Hurd
New images released to tease full debut.
Aston Martin released several more official images of the upcoming ultra-luxurious Lagonda sedan to tease its official debut at the Paris Motor Show.
Reviving a nameplate used by Aston from 1976 to 1990, the 21st century Lagonda features a boxy, elongated silhouette that pays an unmistakable homage to its predecessors. The front end is characterized by thin headlights and a large radiator grille, while a piece of chrome trim that connects the tail lamps emphasizes the car's width.
A highlight of this release is a group of additional photographs of the ultra-luxurious, diamond-stitched interior appointments, including detailed images of the posh rear seating area.
The Lagonda's body will be crafted largely out of carbon fiber in order to save weight. Sources indicate it will ride on a stretched version of the ' platform and use an evolution of its 5.9-liter V12 mill, but technical details have not yet been formally revealed.
Aston Martin revealed buyers will be able to purchase a Lagonda by invitation only, and the car will exclusively be sold in the Middle East. Production is scheduled to kick off in Gaydon, England, in early 2015.
The Lagonda sedan may yet be joined by additional models, , but Aston remains tight-lipped on the possibility.
Additional details are expected from Paris this week. Pricing information will be published closer to its on-sale date.