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Aston Martin's new CEO outlines a new strategy that will see the DBX crossover and a new Lagonda sedan reach showrooms, but at the cost of the Rapide four-door coupe.

For such a small company, Aston Martin certainly keeps busy. Having already previewed its new V12 Vantage S Roadster ahead of its Pebble Beach unveiling, the British marque recently confirmed the arrival of a new Lagonda super sedan. But now it's turning its attention to its two flagship production models with a series of upgrades.

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