An Aston Martin Cygnet. For some, not a real Aston. To me, a wonderful city car dressed liked an Aston Martin and an undeniable mark within Aston Martin’s recent history. I bought this car in 2017, importing it from Sweden, where it has been used as a demonstrator. The Cygnet had 17.000 km on the odometer.
Even though I claim to use the car on a regular basis it has not driven more as 1.000 km since it arrived in Belgium.
Whenever the sun is out, and we go downtown, the Cygnet remains a very appealing and sympathetic choice.
Our Madagascar Orange Cygnet has a Phantom gray leather interior with hexagon-shaped stitching.
Its standard 98 Toyota horses do benefit from the factory-installed QuickSilver exhaust.
On the few occasions I took the car to a club event, I did hear the remark why it does not carry an AMOC badge. It would surely have one mounted on the front grill if it could be fixed without having to drill a few holes. Alternatively, it now carries a personalized plate…
Kept like a treasure!