The British manufacturer was aiming for a 2018 launch, however, the project was pushed back by a year. The car that is being developed in collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering and China Equity will have a limited run of 155 units only.
Aston Martin had unveiled the concept version back in 2015. At that time, the company claimed an output of 800bhp for this all-wheel drive EV. The driving range was claimed to be 321kms in one full charge. While the company hasn't revealed any details of the production version, there's a good chance that the company will meeting all its claims when it goes for sale in 2019.
The V-12 powered Rapide failed to excite the market. That’s the reason why the company shifted its focus to the DBX crossover. The interesting bit here is the company will launch an electric version of the DBX crossover after the Rapide EV hits the market.