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Aston Martin Lagonda Series 4 (1989)

Traditionally, Aston Martin had produced 2+2 sports cars, but the Lagonda was a four-door saloon with a brand new V8 engine. The car was designed by
William Towns in an extreme interpretation of the classic 1970s "folded paper" style. It was as unconventional a design then as it is now. The Lagonda was the first production car in the world to use computer management and a digital instrument panel, although the computers in many
of the original cars are failure-prone. The development cost for the electronics alone on the Lagonda came to four times as much as the budget for the whole car. The second series used cathode ray tubes for the instrumentation, which proved even less reliable than the original model's LED display. The Lagonda combined striking styling with opulent, club-like leather interior, and then-state-of-the-art instrumentation. Coupled to a Chrysler 3-speed "TorqueFlite" automatic transmission its 4-cam V8 carbureted provided poor, often single-digit miles-per-gallon. A number of "series" were produced.

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Registration no:G51TBH
Chassis no:13602
Engine no:3602
Engine:5.3 L DOHC V8
0-60 mph:8.8
Top Speed:143
Passenger Seats:4

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