Aston Martin Cygnet Goes Out of Production

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Aston Martin’s city car, the Cygnet, has now reportedly gone out of production, with the British carmaker apparently putting the model to sleep.
The Cygnet arrived as a concept car back in 2010 and entered production one year after that. The vehicles shares the mechanical side of the Toyota iQ, coming with bespoke interior and exterior details meant to push it upmarket.

As wine producers would say, 2011 seems to have been a bad year for Aston Martin. January saw the company launch the new Virage, which was discontinued in 2012, while the Cygnet arrived in February 2011 and has now been sent away.

Among others, the Cygnet was designed to help Aston Martin lower its whole-range emissions, so we’re curious what impact its demise will have on this.

Should you want to pay about EUR35,000 for an Aston Martin Cygnet, you can still find one in stock at Aston dealers.

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