Articles about Aston Martin DBX

It’s the brand’s first-ever SUV
This is it. More than half a decade after the vehicle was given the green light, the DBX-Aston Martin's first-ever SUV-has rolled off the production floor.The inaugural unit of the DBX was manufactured at the luxury carmaker'
This kit is by Lumma Designs
The DBX isn't even out yet, but already, Lumma Design-you know, one of those mad German tuners like Novitec or Mansory-has had its way with Aston Martin's first SUV.Lumma will only ever build 20 'VLR AM' kits,
This is an Aston Martin DBX courtesy of the Q Division
This, everyone, is the Aston Martin DBX showing off its 'darker side.' It's from the British carmaker's Q Division, which takes care of wilder, more bespoke versions of Aston's product line.Expect many DBXs to end up with the
Just in time
Aston Martin has been rescued by a £182 million (P12.24 billion) investment from Lawrence Stroll, owner of Racing Point F1. Also chipping in another £318 million (P21.39 billion) are many of the existing shareholders. As part of the deal, the
There is a lot riding on this model
Ah, you spotted the litter of sponsor decals, though they're really more of a distraction than a disguise: Aston Martin's reminder that this is not yet the finished article. I'm in Oman driving the DBX. The two are a
Take your pick
So far we know the square root of bugger-all about the new Mk8 GTI, other than the fact it's definitely happening. We can't see VW straying too far from the tried-and tested formula, though, so expect front-wheel
“It’s the right car at the wrong time”
Top Gear's Chris Harris doesn't like SUVs, and he's never held back in expressing his disdain for them. Just check out his review of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, for instance. "There are far too many tasteless rich people for
Set to take on the likes of the Lamborghini Urus and Porsche Cayenne Turbo
When a carmaker tries to build something it isn't necessarily known for, it's inevitable for people to be divided about it. Some people may have loved the Porsche Cayenne and Lamborghini Urus when they first came out, some may have
It’s called the DBX
If you're an avid devourer of the Financial Times, or just like to keep across the markets, you'll know Aston's stock value has been falling since it floated a year ago. It's dicey times for the British company
We like it already
Come in, make yourselves comfortable. Kick back, and ruminate on all of life's mysteries in the interior of the upcoming Aston Martin DBX. After all, it will cost £155,500 (P10 million)-£20,000 (P1.3 million) more than an equivalent
First prototype is drifting around in Wales for some ‘real world’ testing
This is the new Aston Martin DBX. We can say that with certainty, because Aston has confirmed that DBX is indeed the name it's christening its first SUV with. No Vulcan/Valkyrie/Vantage alliteration here. It's DBX. And it's
Electric models like the Rapide E will be built at the St Athan facility
Wow, Aston Martin has been busy. A mere 18 months since we helped them 'settle in' to their new second home in Wales-by skidding £65 million (P4.5 billion) of their back catalog around several empty Ministry of Defense 'Super Hangers'-
The segment is officially a trend
We just reported that Aston Martin will be joining the luxury crossover segment, with its DBX concept set to go into production. This comes just a few months after Rolls-Royce and Bentley had announced their own plans of fielding their respective
The future of luxury crossovers?
When news of the Bentley Bentayga and Rolls-Royce's planned crossover broke out, many folks in the motoring community wondered what the world was coming to. Imagine these two premium carmakers--known for churning out the most coveted luxury rides money
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