Each of the four models will be additional to the current range, Aston Martin Chairman Lawrence Stroll said a media briefing at the company’s headquarters here after the company announced that it will source electric drive units and battery modules from Lucid.
Aston Martin is developing an all-new platform that will form the basis of its entire future electrified model range from hypercars to sports cars, GTs and SUVs as part of its objective for its core range to be fully electrified by 2030.
The drive units will include electric motors, invertors and transmissions, as well as the battery modules. They will be built in Lucid’s factory in Arizona.
When fitted to the Aston Martin platform, the Lucid drive unit will power the rear wheels, with separate electric motors powering the front axle.