The modelRead full Aston Martin DBX review
The DBX's price puts it in competition with the Bentley Bentayga and perhaps even the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, but it's a far sportier SUV. The V8 sound and playful handling make it more enjoyable to drive than many sports SUVs and it can mix it with the best of them – especially in DBX707 guise. It's big inside but you have to put up with a firm ride around town, a poor infotainment system and dubious fit and finish.
The trimSee full equipment
The DBX comes with a long list of standard equipment, including 12-way electrically adjustable front seats, leather interior trim, an Alcantara roof lining, heated front and rear seats, rear climate control, a powered tailgate, 64-colour ambient lighting, air suspension, hill descent control and a 14-speaker 800-watt stereo. The DBX707 adds lots of carbon fibre to the centre console plus sports seats, and Aston Martin allows you to create your own bespoke, money-no-object spec on either version.
The engineSee full engine specs
The 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine produces 542bhp – enough to propel 2.2 tonnes of DBX from a standstill to 62mph in just 4.5sec. It’ll carry on to 181mph if you can find a long enough stretch of (private) road, and sounds mega too, but isn't cheap to run.
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