When jack-of-all-trades Wilbur Gunn established Lagonda in the Thames-side town of Staines more than 120 years ago, he couldn’t have known that the British automotive company would ultimately develop some of the most sought-after luxury vehicles in the world. But he would certainly be pleased that the brand has remained true to his tireless spirit of innovation.
A subsidiary of Aston Martin since 1947, Lagonda made waves throughout the mid to late 1900s with a series of audacious and striking designs, but the new all-electric, zero-emission, and autonomous driving Aston Martin Lagonda All-Terrain Concept https://www.astonmartinlagonda.com/ is set to take the brand into a far distant future.
With a proposed mass production date in 2022, the All-Terrain Concept sports a super-space-age silhouette that was practically inspired by the shape of various high-performance yachts. One can easily imagine its gently rounded rear overhang bounding effortlessly over breaking waves.