Graham Hill’s Car Review Of The Week Aston Martin Lagonda

Friday, 1. October 2010

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This week’s famed, Graham Hill’s car review of the week focuses on the revival of an old marque, the Aston Martin Lagonda. The rather weird 4 seater from the 70’s . The replacement was showcased in Geneva last year and frankly looked like a pile of poo! It was a sort of bulbous cross between a BMW X6 and a Chrysler C300 estate – it looked disgusting but the latest design, after they threw the old one into the recycling bin, looks the dogs dangly bits! A full luxurious 4 seater with plenty of executive room in the back to travel in style, the Lagonda will be impressive. Whilst we won’t see it till 2014, I want one! It is likely to be powered by the 6.0 litre V12 engine sweeping it up to 60mph in less than 5.0 seconds. Nice! By Graham Hill

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One Response to “Graham Hill’s Car Review Of The Week Aston Martin Lagonda”



  1. Di Says:

    The Aston Martin car driven by Sean Connery as James Bond in the films Goldfinger and Thunderball was sold at auction recently for £2.6/2.9m, depending on who you ask. What a testament this is of how excellent at quality niche manufacturing this country can be, fielding brands like Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin, Morgan. We’re better than we think we are.

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