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First public view of the 2009 Lagonda Concept

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First public view of the 2009 Lagonda Concept

Not seen in public since it’s truncated 2009 launch, the controversial Lagonda Concept was eventually displayed at the 2019 AMOC Spring Concours

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Vanquish concept

Vanquish concept

Lagonda Vision Concept
‘New’ Vantage

‘New’ Vantage

Lagonda All-Terrain Concept
Vantage AMR 59

Vantage AMR 59

DBS Superleggera

DBS Superleggera

Vantage AMR

Vantage AMR

DBS Superleggera 59 Special Edition
DB11 V12 coupe prototypes

DB11 Development Mule

This may look like a tatty DB9 but look more closely and it’s possible to see a significant gap in the bodywork between the front wings and the leading edge of the doors. This is actually the very first DB11 ever, photographed at AM Gaydon but now part of the AMHT collection in the Aston Martin Museum in Oxfordshire. Under the bonnet is an early version of the 5.2 litre twin-turbo V12.

DB11 M1 Mechanical Prototype

DB11 Crash Test Prototype

DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer Edition

The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer Edition has coachwork in Monaco Black paint with a satin black tinted carbon fibre roof, mirrors, vents, louvres, splitter and spoiler. The bespoke specification includes satin black 21” twin spoke wheels fitted with Pirelli P Zero Colour Edition tyres with a red accent to complement the red brake calipers. If the unique livery with red highlighting doesn’t give away the model type, the wing badge with TAG Heuer logo will do so.
 
Inside, the DBS boasts pure black leather and alcantra seats with red stitching and bespoke TAG Heuer quilting, each displaying the TAG Heuer logo, and carbon fibre and dark chrome has been used throughout to accentuate the clean lines of the cockpit.

Each of the 50 cars inspected personally by Aston Martin Lagonda President and Group CEO, Andy Palmer, before leaving the factory.

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