August 30th, 2019 by

Aston Martin’s first-ever SUV is coming soon, and we’re excited to see how it will change the way we think about both the company and the world of SUVs. Here are a few of the coolest features we can expect to see in the Aston Martin DBX:


Not too much is known about exactly what the Aston Martin DBX will be like, but it’s a safe bet that it will come standard with a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 engine that will give it a great amount of exciting power. Over time, we may see Aston Martin’s famous V-12 engine to be added to the mix.

The DBX is being tested and tested again to make sure it’s ready for streets and the off-road. By going through this testing program, it will prove itself to be one of the sportiest vehicles able to handle multiple terrains that the car company has ever created.


Pre-production photos of the Aston Martin DBX show the overall shape of this crossover. A wide grille with black cross-hatching, flanked by LED headlamps, gives it a confident forward profile. All the photos we’ve seen of it are still camouflaged, but when it gets its proper paint coats, the sculpted body lines and swooping roof will be even more apparent.

The prototype is a four-door model with a decent amount of ground clearance for tackling rough roads. It has a hatchback-style rear door that will let you pack gear with ease. All in all, the DBX holds true to the Aston Martin style while adding in its own tough personality. We’re excited to welcome it into the family.


Aston Martin has not revealed anything about what the DBX’s interior will look like or what it will hold. But if we can expect anything from the manufacturer, it’s a first-class cabin that will transform the dullest drives into exciting adventures. It will be able to seat at least four people and will probably be accented by real-world materials, such as leather, metal, and wood. Whatever is inside this SUV, we trust that Aston Martin will only deliver the best.


The 2020 Aston Martin DBX will be built in the company’s new production facility in St. Athan, Wales. It’s the first model the factory will produce and will be the main home for DBX production. The DBX is getting plenty of real-world testing in the Welsh countryside that it calls home. The St. Athan factory will also be one of the main headquarters for Aston Martin’s move into the world of electrified vehicles. Does that mean we’ll see an electric or hybrid DBX? We’ll have to wait and see.

The DBX should be revealed in the last quarter of 2019 and for sale in early 2020. When these vehicles start to roll into Aston Martin Palm Beach, we’ll be as excited as you are to give them a test drive. Stop by, and let’s explore the DBX together.