Aston Martin is looking to launch five entirely new models by the end of 2020.
Aston’s plan is to have a minimum of five all-new models that will span three distinct model lines. This new five car plan is part of Aston’s greater plan to increase production output to 7000 cars per year by 2020.
The first of the five new cars will be a replacement for the Vantage that will debut sometime next year. Next, will be a replacement for the Vanquish that will be released sometime in 2018.
Aston also plans to release two new models in two entirely new model lines. The first is the DBX crossover which will likely release sometime in the 2018-2019 timeframe.
The second all-new model is the Lagona saloon. We can expect the mass-market version of the Lagonda saloon (Taraf excluded) to be released in 2020.
Lastly, Aston will create an all-electric version of the Rapide sometime in 2018.
All of these new models are designed to help Aston increase output to 7000 cars per year.