Small Aston Martin Sedan Rendered, Looks Like a Smaller Rapide To Rival the BMW 3 Series

Last time we heard about an Aston Martin sedan, rumors were flying around suggesting the Brits wanted to build an electric Rapide sedan in the near future.
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Also, we got to see the Lagonda Taraf being displayed in Saudi Arabia, after its Geneva debut. But the reason we're here telling you all this is a couple of renderings coming from Theophilus Chin.

The two pictures show how a potential small sedan from Aston Martin would look like, but if you didn't figure that out by now, here's the answer: like a shrunken Aston Martin Rapide.

However, a smaller sedan from Aston would leave the Panamera or the Mercedes-Benz CLS in Rapide's company, and instead, it would go and hunt for the likes of BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Theophilus Chin tells us the Aston Martin sedan he imagined was created using the same size and proportions of the BMW 4 Series GranCoupe, but the resemblance with the Rapide is simply striking.

So, since the grown-up Aston Martin Rapide was this baby sedan's mentor, what should it hide under the hood? Personally, I'm thinking about the same V12 engine capable of delivering 560 horsepower in S guise used by the Rapide and the Lagonda Taraf, which was borrowed from the Vanquish.

In case they build it, we hope - for the sake of all those filthy rich customers around the globe - Aston Martin won't limit their potential small sedan to markets like Saudi Arabia.

I mean, with the Jaguar XE looking to unbalance the Mercedes-Benz C-Class - BMW 3 Series pair, a duel between to British cars would be an extra bonus for petrolheads.


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