The 2020 Aston Martin DBX will be the first SUV of the English house. The official debut is scheduled for the autumn of 2019. Aston Martin is in a very positive phase of its fluctuating history and has a very concrete development plan, which will lead it to the presentation of several new models in the coming years. After DB11 and Vantage, it will be the turn of the Aston Martin DBX and the hypercar Vakyrie, created in collaboration with Red Bull in just 150 copies (already all optioned), and then of the electric models branded Lagonda. The goal is to exceed 5,000 cars sold in 2017 to reach 10,000 in a five-year period.
In this aggressive business plan the Aston Martin DBX represents a fundamental step to make sales take off in numerical terms. This is a super-suv destined to ride fashion for this type of vehicle that is affecting all manufacturers a little bit. Its competitors will be Lamborghini Urus, Bentley Bentayga, Rolls-Royce Cullinan and Ferrari Thoroughbred.
2020 Aston Martin DBX Performance
The Aston Martin DBX now begins the final phase of road tests after years dedicated to the design and tests behind closed doors, in view of the debut scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2019 . “We have developed and developed the DBX in the simulator, which has allowed us to make excellent progress in the implementation of the first prototypes,” said Matt Becker, chief engineer at Aston Martin, who confirms that DBX is a type of Aston Martin very different from previous models and must be able to deal with the off-road, without giving up the grit and sportiness typical of the Aston road.
Observing the images taken during the tests, despite the camouflage it can be seen how the 2020 Aston Martin SUV has proportions from a sporty SUV, that does not give up the four doors and the tailgate for the load. The shapes appear streamlined with a sloping roof and a streamlined tail characterized by inclined uprights like on the coupes. In the front we can glimpse the iconic big grille of all the cars of the house of Gaydon. The DBX will be built in the new plant at St. Athan, Wales, where the future Aston Martin electric cars will also be built .