As you may know already, the recession made a big hole in the pockets of almost all the automakers around the world and killed some future plans. Still, it appears that the hard financial times are beginning to disappear and car makers want to make everything possible to recover the money they lost. One of these automakers is Aston Martin who is now trying to build a more expensive city car, based on the Toyota iQ.
The new car, dubbed Cygnet, is the solution that Aston Martin sees in a crowded city and it is currently planning to bring it on the streets in 2010.
The parts for this new vehicle will be shipped by Toyota to Aston Martin's Gaydon, England, plant while the interior will be entirely manufactured by the British manufacturer.
Regarding the price, it appears that the vehicle will sell for about $32,000, double the iQ's price and a big amount we'd say, for a small city car.