The exotic British supercar manufacturer is currently concentrating on the rehash of its core sports car lineup, kicked off by the new generation DB11, and afterwards it will focus on expanding the model range.
Aston Martin is at the moment focusing on the core lineup, but it appears the plans have been set in motion to deliver more models – especially the ones that have nothing to do with the sports car segment – even faster than initially envisioned. It appears that both the DBX crossover and the Rapide-E electric vehicle will start coming out the factory gates before 2019 – according to semi-official timing strategy. Apparently the hint bearer is chief executive Andy Palmer, who is diligently at work into making Aston Martin look forward with hope towards the future.
Aside from these two, again by 2019 Aston Martin will also reintroduce the Lagonda nameplate as a separate brand – with its models pouring out from the new factory in Wales. As Palmer hints it, more than one Lagonda models are not out of the question – but he also promised the marquee’s core sports cars will continue to be the main focus and will be manufactured at Aston Martin’s facility in Gaydon, United Kingdom. The DBX and Lagonda apparition are expected after the DB11, Vantage and Vanquish are out and about, all part of the restart plan envisioned by the CEO.