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DBX | Aston Martin’s First SUV
Our first SUV, DBX, is a new kind of Aston Martin, one founded on the principles of beauty, luxury and driving dynamics. Ready to go anywhere, its powered by the spirit of adventure. Built on brand-new architecture, DBX is designed to carry occupants in true Aston Martin style. Brimming with the latest technology to keep you safe, DBX is comfortable, sumptuously luxurious, and will thrill you from the moment you sit behind the wheel.
Our luxury SUV maintains a proud heritage as an Aston Martin DB: the initials belong to David Brown, the man who defined Aston Martin and whose vision continues throughout the company to this day.
THE RELENTLESS ADVENTURER
DBX celebrates the Aston Martin design language in a new form. With a unique body architecture just for DBX, the design and proportions reflect the unmistakeable style of an Aston Martin.
SHAPED FOR ADVENTURE
First seen on a DB2 prototype in 1949, the Aston Martin grille provides a distinctive and evocative face for DBX. Integral to its design, it dictates the muscular curvature of the bonnet and the way it clothes the mighty powertrain.
INNOVATION TO TAKE YOU ANYWHERE
Active all-wheel drive with variable torque distribution and height adjustable air suspension, all provide DBX with the confidence and versatility you need for lifes great adventures. It will never compromise how it gets your there.
AN EXCLUSIVE ARCHITECTURE
DBX sits on an all-new platform designed exclusively for our SUV. Like all core Aston Martin models, DBX is crafted from aluminium thats bonded not just for strength and toughness, but ultra-lightweight too.
We never compromise in the engineering principles that govern the way all our cars ride and handle, and DBX is no exception. Like all our production sports and GT cars, DBX has double wishbone front suspension combined with a multi-link rear axle, as well as electronic adaptive damping for every wheel.
AN ALL NEW ADVENTURE
Thanks to lightweight aluminium construction, and its world-leading Aston Martin powertrain and suspension developed by the finest engineers of their kind, DBX drives like no other SUV. It drives like a sports car.
|Max power||550PS (542bhp / 405kW) @ 6,500rpm|
|Fuel Economy (mpg)||19.73|
|NEDC Combined CO2||269g/km|
|Maximum Torque||Premium unleaded|
|Maximum torque||700Nm (516 lb ft) @ 2,200-5,000 rpm|
|Maximum Speed||181mph / 291km/h|
|Specific output||138PS/litre (136bhp/litre)|
|Width Including Mirrors||2,220 mm|
|Weight Distribution||54%/46% (front/rear)|
|Towing weight||2,700kg (5,940lb)|
|Fuel tank capacity||85 litres (18.7 Imp. Gal. / 22.5 US Gal)|
Aston Martin of Greenwich
273 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
Monday - Friday:
9:00AM - 6:00PM
9:00AM - 4:00PM
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