The name was derived from the Lagonda marque that Aston Martin had purchased in 1947. There are two distinct generations, the original, the short lived 1974 design based on a lengthened Aston Martin V8, and the entirely redesigned, wedge-shaped Series 2 model introduced in 1976 along with subsequent evolutions.
After the production of seven Series 1 cars, the Lagonda was designed from the ground up in 1976 by William Towns as an extreme interpretation of the classic 1970s “folded paper” style.
It was an unconventional design practice for Aston Martin and still is. Together with famous contemporaries like the Lamborghini Countach, Lotus Esprit, and the DMC DeLorean, the Lagonda is frequently named among the most striking wedge-shaped designs of all.
Car enthusiasts are fiercely divided on the car’s aesthetic value. The Lagonda combined striking styling with premium leather interior, and advanced instrumentation for its time.
Finished in Buckingham Green with tan leather interior, green piping, green carpets and dash roll
Rear air conditioning
Subject to a recent full bare metal repaint and mechanical overhaul by ourselves