We get the first interior photo of the new Aston Martin DBX SUV – due to debut on 20 November – and a price for Aston’s Bentayga competitor.
There’s been no real shortage of teases for the new Aston Martin DBX SUV as AML prepare to launch a car they hope will do for them what the Porsche Cayenne did for Porsche, albeit on a smaller scale, and we’ve already had an unofficial undisguised photo of the DBX.
But now, with the debut of the DBX just a fortnight away, Aston has gone a step further by revealing the first photo of the DBX’s interior, an interior you won’t be surprised to learn is swathed in leather.
Aston say the interior of the DBX, boasting more room than any previous Aston, is the result of extensive customer research and is designed to make owners instantly at home in a cabin with class-leading materials and excellent ergonomics, with the DBX’s bespoke chassis allowing the interior to be tailored to the specif needs of owners.
As you’d expect, there are screens to do the information stuff, plenty of legroom front and back, big glasshouse, ‘bridged’ centre console and a panoramic roof. There’s even storage for bottles.
As well as letting us see the first (not hugely informative) photo of the DBX’s interior, AML has also confirmed prices, with the DBX starting from £158,000. That’s around £20k more than the starting price of the Bentley Bentayga, but almost an Aston Martin Vantage cheaper than the Rolls-Royce Cullinan.
The Aston Martin DBX will debut on 20 November, and go on sale straight away.