Aston Martin DBX family to grow

The coronavirus disrupted the launch of Aston Martin’s new DBX, but plans are in the works to create derivatives.
Aston Martin Executive Chairman Lawrence Stroll said the SUV remains on track for summer deliveries with strong demand expected into 2021. “Based on these successful initial orders for DBX, we plan to unveil future derivatives starting from 2021,” he said last month.
Marek Reichman, chief creative officer, has hinted DBX variants won’t necessarily target smaller vehicles but could feature less space, suggesting a variant with a rakish profile similar to the BMW X6 or Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe.
Other options, he said, could be a larger version — think a long-wheelbase or three-row model aimed at affluent China and U.S. buyers.
“The wheelbase may remain the same,” Reichman told GoAuto in March, “but maybe the box shrinks a little bit.”
Source: autonewscom