Unique Aston Martin Cygnet has grown in popularity over the yearsOctober 19, 2020
This is the smallest Aston Martin Cygnet that more customers can afford.
Many car enthusiasts dream of buying a rare Aston Martin, but few of them will be able to do it. Cars of the Aston Martins brand, as a rule, are very expensive and impractical for the average person, therefore, such a purchase is not available to many. Fortunately, there is one Aston Martin that still offers customers the high build quality, manual transmission and the uniqueness that customers desire. We are talking about the Aston Martin Cygnet.
In the early 2010s, the European Union began introducing new fuel and emission regulations for automakers, requiring their entire product line to comply with specific regulations. This was good for the big car manufacturers who were already working on fuel efficient cars, but for supercar manufacturers like Aston Martin, it posed a serious threat.
To achieve compliance and avoid fines, Aston Martin has teamed up with Toyota to rename the iQ microcar to the recently launched Aston Martin Cygnet.
Aston Martin originally planned to sell 4,000 units a year, but after two years of production from 2011 to 2013, Aston Martin has sold just 300 units worldwide. At the time, the Cygnet was considered a very cool car and was the subject of many car jokes.
Today, Cygnet is a welcome piece of automotive history and an affordable way to own a unique Aston Martin. According to some car enthusiasts, Cygnet is a classic of the future, and it is difficult to disagree with this, since it has everything you need to do this. Low production volume, strong brand and instant recognition. By purchasing a low-mileage used Aston Martin Cygnet, the customer can enjoy one of the rarest cars of the modern era.
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