The Aston Martin Lagonda Is The Latest 4 Door Supercar
Not to be confused with the Laguna by Renault, the Aston Martin Lagonda is the latest 4 door supercar offering in the auto market. This is a re-imagination of the 1976 Lagonda (that was the first car to use LED lights in its panels). Lagonda was an early 20th century luxury car manufacturer purchased by Aston Martin back in 1947.
The new version was originally going to be produced in a limited run and only sold in the Middle East but may now be brought to the UK market. It has a carbon fibre body and a 5.9 litre V12 that will produce 565BHP. A rear drive 6 speed auto box gets you 0-100km/hr in about 5 seconds.
The interior is dominated by luxurious quilted leather seats. As many buyers of this car will spend time in the back the rear seats has plenty of room and toys to allow you to control entertainment and climate. At a price tag of about €200k it might take the place of the Maybach. To be honest I'd probably trade it in for a Maserati Quatroporte to get the kids to school and have myself a little Porche 911 as a fun car.
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