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Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Some Call it a Miracle. But Not in a Good Way.

Aston Martin makes a car that I don’t want.

I never thought it could happen; every Aston Martin that I’ve ever seen is a car that I want to drive or want to own. Every single one of them right up until now.

Aston Martin’s newest Lagonda, a resurrected name for a strange and awkward crossover vehicle, is blunt, ungainly, and unattractive. It is, in fact, the anti-Aston.

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Eh, Lagondas have always been horrific.

on Mar 05 2009 @ 05:11 AM

I actually thought that the Vignale concept was pretty freakin’ cool. Now, I’m not going to argue that you’re wrong (because you’re probably not), but the demented Caddy-gone-wrong look of the last production Lagonda always appealed to me for some reason. It’s indefensible on aesthetic grounds, but it’s true.

And if you go back to the pre-war Lagondas, well then we’re in serious hubba-hubba land.

on Mar 05 2009 @ 10:17 AM

It looks like a cross between a minivan and a hairdryer.

on Mar 06 2009 @ 09:16 PM
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