Aston Martin Cygnet Video & Footage Gallery
Aston Martin Cygnet was developed based on the Toyota iQ urban model and launched 10 years ago. Referring to Aston Martin, often customers will think of expensive supercars, few people know that the British automaker once produced a small car. It is Cygnet, urban car line that perhaps Aston Martin himself does not want to mention when it completely contradicts the image as well as its development philosophy.
The Aston Martin Cygnet is built on the Toyota iQ and has a production limit of 300 vehicles globally. Launched in 2010, it is Cygnet’s mission to help Aston Martin overcome European emissions regulations. The urban model plays a role in reducing the average emissions of the Aston Martin lineup and meeting the general emissions standards for each car manufacturer.
The Aston Martin Cygnet pictured is currently for sale in Buckinghamshire, England. The car has used 12,000 miles, equivalent to 19,000 km. The list price for this 2-door model is nearly 37,000 pounds, about USD 48,100. Pretty expensive figure for a small car.
Although similar in appearance to iQ, Cygnet possesses many details to confirm its difference compared to Japanese models. It is Aston Martin’s signature dual grille, air intakes on the bonnet, 16-inch multi-spoke wheels, rear spoiler or C-shaped taillights.
The British supercar company also changed the interior to make the Cygnet more premium than the original model. The steering wheel, dashboard, door dashboard and seat trim are covered with expensive Bitter Chocolate leather, embroidered with white trim.
The front seats are sports seats with headrests connected to the backrest. The rear seats have 2 seats, space suitable for children.
The facilities of Aston Martin Cygnet include automatic air conditioning, start button, entertainment buttons on the steering wheel, heating 2 front seats, rearview mirror adjustment / folding power …
Powering the Cygnet is a 1.3L I4 petrol engine, with a maximum capacity of 97 horsepower. Vehicles using CVT gearbox and front-wheel drive.