Aston Martin Cygnet Revealed

Aston Martin Cygnet Concept

Aston Martin Cygnet Concept

Remember our story on the Cygnet, the small car by Aston Martin based on the tiny Toyota iQ? Aston Martin have now completed work on the exterior and the interior styling of the car and in process has released fresh images of the finished car.

The styling is a bit iffy to put it bluntly. The typical Aston Martin grille at the front looks a little too big for the car’s size while scoops look a little out of place on the small bonnet. The rest of the car is pretty much Toyota iQ with small touches like scoops on the sides and reprofiled LED tail lights.

On the insides, almost every surface has been draped with expensive looking red and black leather. While still a concept, Aston Martin is hoping to put it into production by 2010 for European customers.

Jump over for the Press Release and Image Gallery.

Image Gallery: Aston Martin Cygnet


Press Release

Aston Martin today releases the first official images of the ‘Cygnet’ – a new luxury commuter concept car.The Cygnet concept represents a creative, environmentally conscious solution, being small, yet with presence – and highly fuel efficient, now combined with the prestige of Aston Martin’s luxury brand ownership.


Work on the concept is ongoing and will continue into 2010 when it is hoped that it will become a production reality initially available to Aston Martin customers in the UK and Europe.

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3 People have left comments on this post

» Jitin said: { Dec 19, 2009 - 12:12:44 }

nice concept..seems like even luxury cars are going te compact n subcompact tis supposed to fight te smart in te marketplace?audi a3 is too large to b compared to tis.remains to b seen how te public takes to diluting a revered brand like AM to te nano segment..

» navnit said: { Dec 19, 2009 - 03:12:24 }

good attempt though. to reduce your carbon foot print. on styling front, ended up in the confused types (say Japanese styling). lost the Aston martin elegance. they should have borrowed a nano.

» caradvice said: { Dec 21, 2009 - 05:12:55 }

It is actually a Nano Martin :p

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