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Aston Martin DBX

por Hector Tietkens (2020-12-26)

The 2021 Aston Martin DBX is a mid-size, four-wheel-drive luxury crossover manufactured by British luxury carmaker Aston Martin. The 2021 Aston Martin DBX may be the legendary British sports vehicle manufacturer's first outing in the SUV field, and its production was officially launched on 9 July 2020. It is better known for providing James Bond having its wheels, the buyer desires to make the most of the hugely popular crossover market that's already seduced iconic competitors like Lamborghini using its wild Urus SUV.

While the Aston Martin DBX does not have the extrovert style of the Lambo, it will deliver a unique beauty brand. It also drives with the same vitality and grace that Aston Martin is known for. On top of that, the 2021 DBX can be studied off-road and tow heavy loads, which will be expected from ultra-expensive luxury crossovers. The 2021 DBX is the very first car to be manufactured at Aston Martin's new factory in St Athan, Wales. In accordance with executive vice president and creative director Marek Reichman, the wheelbase of the DBX extends as far as possible so your wheels can sit on the corners, which together with the low roofline provides the illusion of an inferior sports vehicle and helps the DBX looks like Aston Martin as possible. As with all Aston Martin cars, the DBX has hinged doors, while the front grille is the biggest ever fitted to an Aston Martin.

The DBX shares a lot of its liaison with the remaining portion of the Aston Martin family. The cabin is covered with beautifully stitched leather, soft surfaces, and mixed suede upholstery. The DBX comes standard with a 12.3-inch full digital measuring range, adaptable ambient lighting, three-zone climate control, and heated front and rear seats. Its leading options include ventilated front seats, a heated controls, and a selection of even more luxurious cabin materials. The rear seat is spacious, with plenty of knees and headroom for adults. There is also good cargo space with 22 cubic feet of space folded behind the trunk seat and 54 cubic feet with the rear seats folded up.

Although each 2021 Aston Martin DBX model has a large 10.2-inch infotainment screen, it does not react to touch inputs. Instead, the unit is based on an obsolete Mercedes interface and is controlled by tyre controls as well as a rotary knob on the center console – a built-in touch panel is optional. The DBX does include popular features such as for example Apple CarPlay, built-in navigation, a 14-speaker audio system and multiple USB and 12-volt charging points.

The D2021 Aston Martin DBX is powered by way of a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 engine furnished by Mercedes-AMG. The engine delivers 542 horsepower and 516 lb of torque and, along with a nine-speed automatic transmission, can also be supplied by Mercedes. While the DBX 2021 model is actually rear-wheel drive, Aston Martin 2021 a mid-range transmission sends torque to the front axle when trailing rear is detected, and there's also a restricted sliding difference at the rear. Adjustable dampers and air springs will also be standard. The version we drove on England's best roads showed the engine's lustful soundtrack and the inconspicuous operation of the transmission. The Aston Martin 2021 DBX can be not merely another pretty face: it can tow £ 5940 and can venture off-road with the adjustable ride height and downhill control features. While we know the DBX will boast a powerful V-8 engine, it may also have a while before we are able to test its actual mpg on our 200-mile highway route.

The 2021 Aston Martin DBX not accidentally tested by the National Road Safety Administration (NHTSA) or the Highway Safety Insurance Institute (IIHS). The Aston can be obtained with some driver assistance technologies, nevertheless the grid is surprisingly absent from content, such as for instance track assistance. Key safety features include front and rear parking sensors, a 360-degree camera system, and the automatic high beams.