Aston Martin Lagonda Performance Through Generations in 3 Graphs

Average Aston Martin Lagonda horse power

Quick Notes on Aston Martin Lagonda Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 310 hp / 228 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 310 hp / 228 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 310 hp / 228 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 434 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +79%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 7 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 62 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 62 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

1976 Aston Martin Lagonda II Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Aston Martin Lagonda 5.3 , at 5285 mm length, falls into the 5 m plus category, and it takes 1285th place here in terms of horsepower. Check out our rating to compare the Aston Martin 310 hp engine with the leaders.

Cars 5 m plus in length: The 10 most powerful models

Horsepower to weight ratio

The 5285 mm Aston Martin Lagonda 5.3 is competing with other cars over 5 m long in terms of power. It takes 2150th place in the ANTI-rating of vehicles, and its 310 hp engine has earned it such a place. Want to see the top 10 losers? Welcome to our special rating.

Top 10 cars longer than 5 m with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Aston Martin Lagonda 5.3 weighs 2095 kg and has a 310 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 2799th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Aston Martin Lagonda 5.3 was placed 5297th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Aston Martin Lagonda 5.3 takes 3098th place with its 310 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

No one wants to drive a car that not only consumes a lot of fuel but also lacks power. In our rating of the cars with the worst highway fuel consumption to engine power, the Aston Martin Lagonda 5.3 (310 hp) takes 3373rd place. Why not check out the whole Top 10?

Top 10 cars with the worst ratio of horsepower to highway fuel consumption
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
5.3 310 hp / 228 kw
(+79%)
+29% 62 hp / 46 kw 39 hp / 29 kw 58.5 points
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Vehicle 5.3
Power (difference from average) 310 hp / 228 kw
(+79%)
Power to torque ratio 29 %
Power per passenger 62 hp / 46 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 39 hp / 29 kw
Power to consumption rate 58.5 points
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Quick Notes on Aston Martin Lagonda Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 310 hp / 228 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 310 hp / 228 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 310 hp / 228 kW
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +79%
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

Lagonda Aston Martin I Shooting Brake Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Aston Martin Lagonda 5.3 takes 3097th place with its 310 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
5.3 310 hp / 228 kw
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Vehicle 5.3
Power (difference from average) 310 hp / 228 kw
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