Since Aston’s Lagonda-badged SUV concept surfaced in 2009, rumours of a future production version have never been far away.
In February, a separate report from Britain’s Autocar also outlined a future Mercedes GL-based SUV wearing an Aston Martin badge.
Aston and Mercedes have tied up a multi-year deal which will eventually see AMG engines powering most, if not all, Aston Martin models.
Both carmakers appear to be open to the idea of platform sharing, with neither knocking the idea of a future Aston Martin SUV model on the head.
The current Mercedes-Benz GL range arrived in Australia midway through last year, with prices ranging from $129,900 to $214,900 for the AMG version, plus on-roads.
Expect pricing north of those figures if a future Aston Martin SUV model is eventually built.