Yesterday we reported that Aston Martin would bring the new generation DB9 sometime in 2013-2014. Today the British magazine AutoCar reveals details on another six future models.

The first to go on sale will be the 2011 Cygnet. It will have a vital role in helping Aston to cut its fleet average CO2 by the near-20%. The DB9 coming in 2013 will be offered with a new exterior design, fresh interior, and revised V12 engine. At the same time Aston Martin will bring the next generation DBS. It will get more power and a sportier chassis.

In 2014, the British company will bring the next generation Vantage. It will get the same tricks as the DB9 and will be 150kg heavier than a steel-bodied 911.

The Lagonda SUV will also be launched in 2014. It will be a more luxurious, less sporting model than the Aston Martin and will compete with models in the Mercedes GL-Class. A second generation Rapide will be launched in 2016.

So, there you have it folks. Six beautiful and luxurious vehicles heading our way between now and 2016. We’ll keep posted and reveal any new details we have on any of these models as soon as the information becomes available.

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Source: Autocar

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4 comments:

  (313) posted on 06.16.2010

At the moment Aston Martin is still less expensive than Ferrari. I would like to see them release models that compete on price, but are more luxurious.

  (359) posted on 06.15.2010

I agree! It looks awful but it’s performance are quite impressive.

  (392) posted on 06.14.2010

Looks ugly to me. I guess the did the same front airvents as the audi, not only that also the LED lamps too.

Uncia  (868) posted on 06.11.2010

I think that Aston Martin should go retro with the DB9 and as modern and high-tech as possible with the other models. That would keep them at the top of the car world in terms of performance and technology while adding some classic style to their line-up. I think a reworked DB9 styled inside and out after the DB5 would be just about the coolest car on the road. Aston Martin’s recent models are beginning to show more and more modern design cues, which ruins their identity as a manufacturer, so a retro DB9 would be great for their image.

Also, I believe that the introduction of an SUV would have an inimical impact on Aston Martin’s image as a prestige manufacturer. At the price they would charge it would be a slow seller, as anyone who is about to pay that kind of coin for an automobile won’t be paying it for a family hauler. An Aston SUV would effectively be damaging their corporate image while providing no significant boost in revenues.

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