Have you ever wondered how Aston’s luxury GT crossover would look like in a lighter, softer color?
Although we already have confirmation from Aston Martin Lagonda that the DBX will eventually enter series production (possibly in a different form), after seeing some tweets directly from Astons CEO, Andy Palmer, we wish the car would retain its two-door format.
Andy Palmer pointed out at Geneva that the DBX is “not a production-ready sports GT car”, which means there’s a chance that the real deal won’t look anything like this concept.
So, let’s take advantage of the car’s graceful lines while we still can, with a color that really compliments its coupe shape and short-wheel-base. Named “Mako-Blue” the paint-job seems to offer a sense of aristocracy and as the CEO himself stated: “the new colour on the Aston Martin DBX makes the design highlights really pop!”
Well, in contrast with the polished roof-line, it does make the car less serious.
The series production DBX will be probably built in an entirely new facility – in the U.S. – with a £200 million investment ($316 million). It’s not exactly known what it will carry under the hood, but we’re thinking an AMG engine should do the trick.