Aston Martin has no plans to build an SUV right now. Other high-end brands are embracing SUVs, but Aston Martin says that it won't be such a good fit for them.
“Is it right for Aston? It’s a 50-50 question. We originally showed the 2009 concept SUV because we’ve always believed in the capability of the Lagonda marque,” Reichmann told Top Gear. “But we have priorities, and one of the biggest right now is that we have £500 million worth of investment over the next five years to develop the ‘core' of AM,” he explained.
The push to make the road safer by limiting – and punishing – distracted drivers reached a new stage when recent studies revealed that distracted driving is more dangerous than drunk driving. We’ve seen similar studies in the past, including experiments done by the TV show Mythbusters and Car and Driver magazine. Read more