2020 Aston Martin DBX; 600 Horsepower British SUV!

Friday, November 16th, 2018 - Aston Martin

Aston Martin will start production of the new 2020 Aston Martin DBX Crossover model in 2019 and in the meantime, some details of the new English jewel are revealed, which we also see on video.

Soft lines and LED headlamps show us the exterior of the car, while the race style seats and colored neon lights welcome us in space comfort. The design is clean and minimalist. The English carmaker is never denied in terms of elegance and taste for aesthetics. The internal chromatic effects use brown, alternating with a gray/blue broken by pastel blue details. A truly unique interior design that alternates with a vintage style, futuristic details.

In recent years, many car manufacturers have invested in the production of electric cars. The market for electric propulsion cars is constantly developing and the British house does not want to be outdone.

2020 Aston Martin DBX Engine Specs & Price

The concept of the vehicle has in fact been perfected on a hybrid concept, although the first production requires the use of traditional fuels. The DBX crossover will be equipped with a V3 4.0 turbo engine of 503 hp and 695 Nm of torque in the electric version and in the traditional version by a V12 twin-turbo 5.2 with 600 hp and 700 Nm of torque.

Design and performance as a real secret agent. Who has never dreamed of being James Bond? In this case, some lucky ones will be able to win a real 007 car thanks to the new DBX crossover which, according to some estimates, should be worth between 150,000 and 200,000 pounds.

2020 Aston Martin DBX Release Date and Price

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