Aston Martin DBX SUV Launched In India: Prices Start At Rs 3.82 Crore

Although
an
SUV,
the
DBX
continues
to
feature
all
the
signature
elements
of
an
Aston
Martin.
This
includes
the
‘DB’ grille
at
the
front,
muscular
bonnet
lines,
with
the
LED
headlamps.
The
DBX
also
comes
with
the
brand’s
signature
ducktail
boot-lid
spoiler
at
the
rear,
LED
tail
lights
and
the
twin
exhausts
integrated
into
the
rear
bumper.
The
Aston
Martin
SUV
also
comes
with
flared
wheel
arches,
housing
a
set
of
large
22-inch
alloy
wheels,
frameless
door
and
a
coupe-like
roofline.
Moving
inside,
the
Aston
Martin
DBX
continues
to
offer
a
host
of
features
combining
both
sporty
and
luxury
characteristics.
The
cabin
of
the
DBX
comes
with
premium
leather
upholstery
all
around,
sporty
seats
moulded
from
the
ones
found
in
the
DB11.
There
are
also
a
host
of
bespoke
elements
all
around,
along
with
other
comfort
and
convenience
features
and
equipment.
The
DBX
also
comes
with
a
large
12.3-inch
digital
instrument
cluster,
a
10.25-inch
digital
infotainment
system
with
Apple
CarPlay
as
standard.
There
are
also
features
such
as
360-degree
camera,
panoramic
sunroof,
ambient
lighting,
wireless
charging,
multi-zone
climate
control
and
a
host
of
others
available.
The
Aston
Martin
DBX
comes
with
large
dimensions,
offering
good
cabin
and
boot
space,
allowing
customers
to
travel
in
both
luxury
and
comfort,
while
also
being
practical.
The
DBX
measures
5,039mm
in
length,
1,998mm
in
width
and
1,680mm
in
height.
The
SUV
also
comes
with
a
wheelbase
of
3,060mm
and
is
said
to
have
a
ground
clearance
of
190mm.
The
DBX
comes
with
an
air
suspension
system
which
further
allows
the
SUV
to
be
raised
or
lowered
by
45mm
to
50mm,
respectively.
The
large
dimensions
also
ensure
the
DBX
comes
with
a
large
boot
space
of
632-litres,
with
the
rear
seats
offering
a
40:20:40
split.
The
Aston
Martin
DBX
comes
powered
by
a
4.0-litre
twin-turbo
V8
petrol
engine.
It
produces
542bhp
@
6500rpm
and
700Nm
of
peak
torque
between
2,200rpm

5,000rpm
and
is
paired
to
a
nine-speed
automatic
gearbox
as
standard.
In
terms
of
performance,
the
new
Aston
Martin
DBX
claims
to
sprint
from
0

100km/h
in
just
4.5
seconds,
while
having
a
top-speed
of
291km/h.
Thoughts
On
The
Aston
Martin
DBX
In
India
The
Aston
Martin
DBX
has
finally
entered
the
Indian
market.
The
SUV
from
the
British
supercar
brand
will
rival
the
likes
of
the
Lamborghini
Urus,
Bentley
Bentayga
V8,
Porsche
Cayenne
and
the
Rolls
Royce
Cullinan
in
the
market.
Source: DriveSpark.com