Introducing the Aston Martin hybrid range
Aston Martin have resurrected Lagonda as a sub-brand dedicated to electric vehicles (EVs) and they plan to build all-electric vehicles at their facility in St. Athan, South Wales. They are calling the facility 'Home of Electrification'.
Electrification is a prominent feature in Aston Martin's business plan moving forward, according to Tobias Moers, Aston Martin Chief Executive Officer.
What are the different types of hybrid and electric vehicles?
Aston Martin's first hypercar, the Valkyrie, has hybrid technology. The electric motor is used as a power boost for the V12 engine.
Revealed at the 2019 Geneva Motor show, the AM-RB 003 'Son of Valkyrie' hypercar will be powered by a turbocharged V6 engine with hybrid assistance.
Also revealed was the Aston Martin Vanquish Vision Concept. The Vanquish will be a performance hybrid with an in-house turbocharged V6 engine but it is not due to hit the roads until 2022.
Discover the exceptional Aston Martin Valkryie
Limited to just 150 examples, the phenomenal Valkryie utilises a hybrid system to work in conjunction with the glorious V12 engine and deliver an enhanced power boost with an outstanding total power output of 1,160bhp.
Contact your nearest Stratstone Aston Martin retailer to learn more about this magnificent vehicle.