Well, the officials at Aston Martin too sometimes get bored of their products, and cut them down from the product list. This time it turned out to be the hatchback Cygnet who now faced the discontinuation from the brand.
Thoughtfully, this piece of news is confirmed by the Supercar Kids report. Hence, they had also claimed the hatchback too is available at some of the dealers who had stocked it in abundance.
Knowing more about it, the Cygnet is based on the platform of Toyota iQ and was introduced as a concept vehicle in 2010. It then entered production in 2011 and finally ended the tenure on the production line in 2013.
Cygnet is powered by a 1.33-liter four-cylinder engine developing 98 HP (72 kW) and 125 Nm (92 lb-ft) of torque. It enables the model to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 11.6 seconds, and average at 5-5.2 L/100km (45.2-47 mpg US / 54.3-56.4 mpg UK).
Cygnet was priced at EUR35,000.