Not long till we get to see what supposed to take over as Aston Martin’s flagship of the company. The first look at the Aston Martin DBX SUV front.
As it stands with things going steadily as planned, the British manufacturers are still looking at December 2019 for the release of the first of its kind, Aston Martin DBX SUV.
Other than a few videos of it doing some test runs back in Sweden in 2018, where it was just the prototype doing the crossover challengers it was put through, there hasn’t been much the British independent manufacturer has let us in on.
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"The British firm didn’t, however, share information on the SUV’s engine, but did mention that it hopes to market the world’s most powerful SUV model, ahead of the Lamborghini Urus’ 485kW."
The first viewing came as a concept back in 2015, in Geneva, Switzerland, at the 85th International Motor Show. Aston Martin wants to take their first SUV crossover and use it catapult them back to the top and help them compete with the very best.
The Teaser – What’s the Aston Martin DBX SUV Grilling
Only just a few days from when this was written did Aston Martin and James Bond 007 make related publications. The latter brought us the release date of the new Bond movie titled, “NO TIME TO DIE!”
The latter, a tasty teaser on the front grille they are set to fit on the DBX SUV for when they deploy it in December. Not moving far from their previous success model, Aston has opted to stay with the front grille of the DB11 – passing it on to the next breed created by the Brits.
What made an even better video of the DBX prospect is they’ve gone and handed it a James Bond 007 theme. This was probably enough evidence they will be using the English faithful, Aston Martin.
"Aston Martin’s very first series SUV is a direct descendent of the DBX concept it showed off in 2015 at Pebble Beach, USA. Aston Martin is thus following in Bentley, Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce’s footsteps, with their respective Bentayga, Urus and Cullinan high-end SUVs, but is ahead of Ferrari in the niche market. (via: The Times)"
Aston Martin is looking to compete with many others in the SUV division. It will take more than a new front grille and DB11-like lights to impress the masses and surpass their competitors.