Tesla has made electric all-wheel-drive supercars fashionable with its P85D, and now it seems storied names in ultra-luxury sports cars are following suit. Aston Martin unveiled a jacked-up, two-door sports car at the Geneva International Motor Show that sure makes it seem like this could become a trend.
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The company says this concept isn’t ready for prime time yet, but that it will be building something in the DBX “space” sometime soon. What does that mean? You might be seeing an electric all-wheel-drive system in an elegant coupe … but maybe it won’t be raised up quite so high.