The DBX suv is easily recognizable as Aston Martin luxury car brand, with its unmistakable design with its large front grille, oval-shaped headlights and LED daytime running lights built into the bumper.
In terms of engineering we highlight the use of aluminum in its construction, with a very light and rigid structure which made it easy for Aston to achieve the weight of 2245 kg for this DBX, despite being a car of very generous dimensions: 5, 04 m long, 2.00 m wide and 1.68 m high, with a weight distribution of 54% at the front and 46% at the rear.
In terms of suspension the focus is on the adaptive triple chamber pneumatic system with 48v electric stabilizer bar (eARC) and adaptive damping for smooth operation on land and on asphalt. Aston Martin even points out that DBX in all its features is closer to a sports car than an SUV.
Of course, its interior is notable for its luxurious and refined ambience, such as the dashboard leather trim, the high-end leather-covered seats provided by Bridge of Weir in a long-standing partnership. The dashboard is digital with a size of 12.3 inches, while in the center console there is a 10.25 ″ screen, but it is not tactile, arguing the mark that thus avoid fingerprints on it.
Deliveries to customers are expected to begin in the second quarter of 2020, the prices indicated so far account for three markets: 193,500 euros in Germany, 189,900 dollars in the United States and 158,000 pounds sterling in the United Kingdom. To the Portuguese market is expected that the value around 200 thousand euros.