Aston Martin Sedan
A true Aston Martin flagship luxury sedan styled in the vein of the eccentric, angular Lagonda four-door that ceased production back in 1990. While this slab-sided sedan is clearly taller, longer, and more formal than anything Aston has built since the Lagonda, there is plenty to connect it to Aston’s current family of products: a long, sculpted hood with heat extractors, fender vents, pop-out door handles, and Aston Martin brake calipers. Oh yeah, and the license plates are registered to Aston, for what it’s worth.
Underneath the Victor Vasarely–style camo, all of this car’s body panels appears to be real and are likely all carbon fiber, although the graphics (basically everything in black) are all placeholders. The front end is blunt and shark-nosed, while the bumperless Kammback rear end and formal C-pillar have a slightly retro feel to them. Yet this sleek, slab-sided sedan’s proportions and cab-rearward stance are clearly of the moment. The windows will obviously be replaced by glass, while the long rear door promises near-limousine-like rear legroom; the rear side windows likely will require two panes if they are to roll down very far.