An Aston Martin Cygnet wrapped in chrome has been recently caught on camera in London, while it was quietly sitting on its parking space.
Usually when writing about London we’re used to seeing exotic supercars driven either by rebel kids with wealthy parents or by Arabs who didn’t pay their insurance and now their rides are being seized by the police. But this news refers to none of these “usual” subjects and it actually represents an Aston Martin Cygnet wrapped in chrome. The expensive small car has been caught on camera while it was quietly sitting in a parking space and it can be seen in the video posted below.
The Aston Martin Cygnet has been produced in just 150 units in an attempt of the carmaker to comply with the European Union imposed fleet average emissions. The model has been in production since 2011 and it has been made in just 150 units. The Aston Martin Cygnet is based on the Toyota iQ and it’s taking its power from a 1.3 liter four-cylinder petrol engine, which is producing a total output of 97 HP (72 kW). The unit is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, or a CVT. The average fuel consumption in the car stands at 3.99L / 100km and the CO2 emissions stop at 110 g/km. The model has been recently “put to sleep” by Aston.