Aston Martin's first SUV in full-leather experience
Take a brand with a racing pedigree & use that fuel to create an SUV. That's what makes the fresh 2021 Aston Martin DBX an instantly recognizable Aston.
Since Aston's debut in the 1922 French Grand Prix, the brand keeps pushing the bars of luxury, beauty & durability — with cars that get better in each turn. But its entry in the SUV game took time.
Since the prototype version of DBX back in January, much has changed. 2020 did a number on Aston, which had a pandemic-induced production shutdown and a cash crisis that threatened to bankrupt it. So the successful debut of the 2021 DBX was the good news the brand needed.
The high costs of production translate into a smooth drive & deluxe looks. Not known for speed off-road, it has a 5000-pound curb weight and a relatively modest 542 horsepower engine. All that make on-road the best place for an effortless ride with this car.
As you can see, the DBX doesn't have any bad angles. Its design gives a glance at the sleek sports car Aston Martin is known for without running from what it is. But the freedom and luxury feel emanated is due to an interior that made sure the leather power was there.
The cabin is an Aston but with a twist. With a view of the panoramic sunroof, all five seats have the full experience of being dripped in luxury. The combo of beauty and durability that is connected to Aston since the early years gets translated into three different grades of leather available and more than 28 colors to pick from. The best experience is found in every careful leather stitching, which you can pick in the brand's styling website.
This deluxe experience has a base price near $200,000 USD. You can see the full-leather interior for yourself by taking it for a spin ☄️.
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