The art deco inspired coachwork of the Aston Martin Lagonda
Vignale was penned by designer Moray Callum, and constructed
by Ghia of Turin.
First seen at the 1993 Geneva Auto Salon, the Lagonda
Vignale was a concept of what Ford thought a 4-door Aston
Martin limousine should look like, and it was shown to
gauge public opinion of such a model.
Built on a Lincoln chassis, the Aston Martin Lagonda Vignale
was powered by a 4.6 litre V8. Only 2 Lagonda Vignale's
were constructed, one sold at auction in 2002, and fetched
Similar and related vehicles:
Aston Martin Rapide
Aston Martin V8 Vantage
Aston Martin Jet 2
Aston Martin DB-ONE