Aston Martin is planning to introduce its first all-electric vehicle in 2026, and artist Dejan Hristov has created some stunning renderings of what it could look like. Aston Martin EV is yet to be confirmed, but we know it will be a sports car and, based on recent reports, a replacement for the Aston Martin DB11.
Even if it's more forceful than we'd expect to see from the DB11's successor, the Aston Martin Vanteon will undoubtedly help the British carmaker leave a mark in the electric vehicle industry.
Despite its electric engines, the Vanteon has the typical front-engine, two-door Grand Tourer design, with a tall hood, short back decklid, and low roof. The distinctive Aston Martin grille and muscular, tinted headlamps immediately draw attention to the front end. There's also a noticeable power bulge on the bonnet.
The Vanteon's avant-garde styling continues on the sides, with distinctive wheels, a rear-view camera located on the A-pillars, and aerodynamically shaped doors and side skirts. Aston Martin's One-77-inspired tail end may be seen in the rear of this Aston Martin EV.
The LED taillights, trunklid lip spoiler, and large rear diffuser all draw attention to themselves. Nevertheless, Dejan Hristov's illustrations are completely independent of Aston Martin and are not affiliated with or approved by the British automaker.