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Anybody remember the Aston Martin Lagonda?

Bask in the Seventies Lagonda’s angular excellence

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We think it’s safe to say the new Lagonda will be nothing like the old one. Not one bit. 

The Lagonda ‘Series 2’ arrived in 1976, complete with wedge-tastic styling that looked like no car anyone had ever seen before, and no car seen since. Early models had equally astounding interiors, with a cutting-edge digital display and touch-sensitive buttons, but these were abandoned in 1980 because they simply did not work. Like, not even a little bit. 

Still pop-up headlights mean all is very much forgiven.

Love it or loathe it? There is no middle ground with this thing. 

This interior belongs to a later car, where the touch buttons were wisely replaced by actual buttons. Still didn’t work, though. 

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