The DBX will be Aston Martin’s first SUV. Perhaps one of their most significant models ever, it will deliver an SUV experience that could only come from a unique company like Aston Martin.
Whilst many of the DBX details remain confidential, hopefully we will be able to answer some critical questions:
How big will the DBX be?
DBX will be 5,039mm long. This makes it slightly longer than a Range Rover and slightly shorter than a Bentley Bentayga or Lamborghini Urus. It will have the longest wheelbase in class which will allow for extra cabin space. The boot is of a very good size too at 635 litres.
How many seats will DBX have?
DBX is a true five seater. It has been designed to accommodate adults comfortably in the rear, in addition to the front. The longer wheelbase (when compared to others in the sector) has been used to ensure that the rear cabin is as sumptuous as the front.
What engine will the DBX have?
The DBX will have the 4.0 twin turbo V8 engine from the DB11 but in a higher power format. This engine is lightweight, characterful with huge torque reserves that should suit the DBX well.
What equipment comes as standard?
Equipment levels have not been officially announced as yet but we can tell you that DBX will have a very high level of standard equipment.
What will the infotainment and technology be like?
The DBX will have the most advanced infotainment, safety and general technology package of all the cars in the Aston Martin model range.
How competent will the DBX be off-road?
The DBX will be more than capable off-road but Aston Martin have worked very hard to give the car exceptional on-road handling capabilities. The chassis spec is the highest in class, we would expect it to provide the best driving experience in the SUV market. Matt Becker (Aston Martin Chief Engineer), is famed for making cars handle and ride incredibly well. Being an Aston Martin, this car must deliver dynamically but will enjoy the ability to soften the chassis and characteristics when comfort is more of a priority.
Can I tow with the DBX?
Yes, the DBX will be very capable of towing and a factory tow bar option will be available. Official towing figures still to be announced.
How much will DBX cost?
Official pricing has not been announced but expect a modest price lift over a DB11 V8 Coupe
When can I get a DBX?
There will be a waiting list for DBX, which is growing all the time. First customer cars will go into production in May 2020, please call us for the latest delivery times.
Where can I see DBX?
We can arrange viewings of the DBX. They have not reached the dealership yet but we will have some opportunities to see the car coming soon.
How do I order a DBX?
Should you wish to reserve a DBX, we can take an initial deposit of £5,000 to reserve an allocation. Should you wish to register for more information, please speak to our sales team or enquire below.
Below you can see where the Aston Martin DBX will be built.
Chapter 1: Testing
Chapter 2: The Grille
Chapter 3: The Engine
Chapter 4: Indulgence
Chapter 5: Adventure