Aston Martin’s ambitious-turned-realistic plan of launching one car a year for the next seven years is already well-documented. In fact, next-generation models for the Vantage and Vanquish are already in the books for 2017 and 2018 releases. Pencil in a likely release for the DBX crossover in 2019 and touted arrivals of the two Lagonda models – the Lagonda One and Lagonda Two – in 2021 and 2022, respectively, and you’re looking at a (somewhat) clear roadmap for Aston Martin for the next four years. There is a question though on what 2020 will bring for the British automaker. Turns out, Aston CEO Andy Palmer has the answer: a competitor to the Ferrari 488.