Aston Martin Lagonda was originally designed for Middle East markets, but due to demand the company has extended markets to UK, Singapore, South Africa and EU-compliant continental Europe.
Production limited to just 200 units, the company will be individually crafting each of these examples of which 30 to 40 units have already been produced and delivered to customers in the Middle East. Buyers will be able to opt for interior and exterior colours besides materials used while some can even instruct Aston to use precious metals on the dashboard. The model is hand built at the company plant in Gaydon, Warwickshire, a plant also credited with the production of One-77 supercar.
Termed as the most expensive luxury saloons on offer in the market today, Lagonda super sedan is based on a VH platform designed and developed by the same department credited with development of Vulcan. It is powered by a 6.0 liter V12 engine offering 537 hp power and 465 lb/ft torque, which also powers the Rapide S and allows acceleration from 0 to 100 kmph in 4.4 seconds and to a top speed of 322 kmph. The engine is mated to an automatic gearbox.
Aston Martin Lagonda super sedan receives a signature shaped grille and aggressive hood vents, Headlamps are rounded while interiors spell detailed attention to craftsmanship encased by luxurious leather on every surface. Price in the UK starts from £696,000 ($1.1 million or INR 7.1 crores).