Aston Martin DBX Cabin Revealed

  • Aston Martin DBX Cabin Revealed

Aston Martin DBX Cabin Revealed

If you like what it's been doing with the DB11 and Vantage, you'll like its work here. We can only admire the modernity of thinking in Aston Martin's snobbishness there.

Aston Martin is all set to showcase its first ever SUV on November 20, 2019 and the place will be China. However, Aston Martin's priority is to give the DBX a genuine sporting character without penalizing comfort and luxury.

The centre console has a bridge design, allowing for larger items such as handbags to be stored below. Aston Martin said the design team made sure the rear occupants are not leaning over the driver and front passenger - the result of conventional stadium seating arrangements in ordinary SUVs.

Superior visibility is key to an SUV when inspiring driving confidence and DBX fulfils this demand with an enhanced feeling of sitting within the auto, bringing a greater sense of safety and a familiar Aston Martin sporting feel. In a "new exercise" for the automaker, Aston invited a group of children to test rear-seat ergonomics. Each button and dial has been carefully positioned following extensive testing from external counsel, including the brand's Female Advisory Board and multiple customer clinics with HNWIs of mixed demographic, ensuring the cabin develops a feeling of instant familiarity. All this consultation and feedback has led to class-leading front and rear legroom, says Aston Martin, as well as a "fantastic feeling of airiness" thanks to the DBX's windows and full-length panoramic glass roof. Of course, the cabin has been hand crafted, what else would you expect from Aston Martin now.

Cabin storage is a huge deal in an SUV, and Aston Martin knows this all too well.

The new Aston Martin DBX is riding on an all-new bespoke aluminum platform.

Under its skin, the forthcoming DBX packs a Mercedes-AMG-sourced M177 4.0 litre biturbo V8 engine that produces 550 PS and 700 Nm of torque, making the SUV the firm's most powerful V8-engined model yet. With more power than a V8-equipped Vantage or DB11, the DBX remains a proper five-door sports vehicle, albeit in an SUV guise.

The Aston Martin DBX will debut later this month.