The Aston Martin DBX will be unveiled before the end of the year.
Aston Martin took its first-ever SUV to the Festival of Speed for its dynamic debut.
Aston Martin’s first-ever SUV will be unveiled later this year, with an AMG-sourced V8.
With the Aston Martin DBX and new Lagonda, the company will build up to 14,000 vehicles annually.
The first-ever Aston SUV will be manufactured alongside the new range of Lagonda-branded vehicles.
The first Aston Martin SUV will debut with a 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 from AMG.
The DBX SUV will be revealed this year and is expected to use an AMG V8 with 503 hp.
Besides the Mercedes-sourced V8, it appears the DBX will also use a fair amount of German components inside.
The new moniker falls in line with Aston’s latest naming scheme, but it’s unknown which model it will grace.
Aston Martin’s first crossover is slated to have a twin-turbo V8 with 503 hp.
Aston Martin’s answer to the Lambo Urus could be named the Varekai.
Aston’s debut crossover keeps the name but differs a lot from the concept revealed in 2015.