Reichman also confirmed that the Concept in fact shares its platform with the Mercedes-Benz GL, giving us the first hint at a closer Aston Martin and Mercedes-Benz relationship. Reichman said that the Lagonda Concept is the very first product of cooperation between Aston and Daimler. So, although it has a Aston Martin V12 right now, but in production form, it could see V6, AMG V8 as well as Daimler’s two-mode hybrid system. Reichman also said that the luxury Lagonda Concept will capable of doing some off-roading on rough roads, too.
So, if the British-German relationship really works, we could see some other models, like a DB10 or more luxury SUVs that have the British soul and passion, but beneath, it's German engineering.
Source : [Motor Trend]