Car Type Vignale
Date in Production 1993
Number Sold 2
How many exist today? 2

Technical Details

Track Rear
Track Front
Length 5232
Wheelbase 3118
Kerb Weight
RAC Rating
Engine Manufacturer Ford V8
Type 90° V8 DOHC
Firing Order 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8
Bore X Stroke 90 x 90.2mm
Displacement 4601
Fuel System
Gearbox 4 speed auto
Specific Output 190 bhp


The Lagonda Vignale was prototype concept car that never made it to the production line. It was a five-seater concept car built by Ghia.  3 cars in total were built, 2 by Ghia and one by the Aston Martin Lagonda factory in Newport Pagnell. One of the Ghia cars was destroyed.

The 2 Vignales Ghia built were based on a 1990 Lincoln Town Car chassis and used the 4.6 L Ford Modular V8 engine.

The third car, built by the Works Service department and codenamed DP2138, featured a myriad of changes from the original design with the intention of putting the car into production. It used a different Ford platform, giving it smaller dimensions, changes to the design, including a 5.9 L V12 engine originally planned for the concept. Additionally, it could only seat four as the rear bench seat had been replaced by twin armchairs. Only one example was built and it was sold to the Sultan of Brunei in 1995.


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