Aston Martin's odd-looking city runabout, the Cygnet, will be available in two, uber-exclusive special editions when it goes on sale later this year.
Can you hear that? That's the sound of James Bond crying into his martini, because Aston Martin's just confirmed the odd-looking Cygnet city-car concept will become a reality in 2011.
Aston Martin has revealed exterior and interior photos of its upcoming Cygnet, based on the the Toyota iQ microcar.
It's really happening. Aston Martin is building a city car based on a Toyota for sale in Europe. What would James Bond think?
Aston Martin looks set to translate the netbook philosophy to the world of cars with the Cygnet -- a dinkier, less expensive take on the luxury supercar
Aston Martin announces the concept Cygnet, an economical luxury car based on the Toyota iQ.
Luxury and subcompact are two words that don't often appear in the same sentence, but Aston Martin is rebadging a Toyota iQ and giving it an interior that meets its high sartorial standards.
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