Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
The Aston Martin DBX is five metres long and nearly two metres wide, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it offers plenty of interior space.
Even with the standard-fit panoramic sunroof, front head room is really impressive and the front seats slide a long way back on their runners. There's plenty of elbow room, and there are numerous storage spaces dotted around the interior – including a usefully large tray underneath the centre console.
Adding to its practicality are the 40/20/40 split-folding rear seats. When you fold them down using the buttons by the rear headrests, they leave you with an almost flat extended load bay right up to the front seats.
There’s a range of options that mean you can tailor your car to your lifestyle. For example, you can add the Pet Package – which includes a portable washer for cleaning muddy dogs – or the Snow Package, with boot warmers to make winter holidays in the Alps more palatable.