Competitors are “Ancient Greece today” – this is how Aston Martic Head of Design compared Lagonda Vision to Rolls-Royce and Bentley projects.

Aston Martin officials claimed Autocar, that a new SUV will emphasize completely new brand’s design language for the nearest future.

Also, British automaker says that a new crossover should be launched in 2021, featuring all-electric drivetrain with outstanding performance, all-wheel drive, luxurious interior and advanced self-driving capabilities. The autopilot is being developed by an undisclosed company in Silicon Valley.

While not undisclosing any technical specs (probably because those are quite hard to estimate yet), Aston Martin claims they expect over 600 km of range (372 miles). Lagonda sedan and coupe which should follow the SUV based on Vision concept are expected to have the same design stylistics.