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Aston Martin's Lagonda SUV Plans Still Alive And Kicking

Aston Martin’s 2009 Lagonda SUV concept was hardly a critical success. In fact, at least one media outlet implored Aston Martin to abandon plans for the large and ungainly SUV. In the years since, word of an Aston Martin Lagonda SUV seems to crop up every six months or so, which means it’s about time for a new batch of rumors. This...
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