Aston Martin DBX Gets New Interior and Exclusively 707 Guise

Aston Martin has revealed significant enhancements to its DBX SUV, featuring a revamped interior and a strategic shift to exclusively offering the top-spec 707hp variant. This update comes in response to the remarkable success of the 707hp model, which dominated global DBX sales in recent years.

Interior Innovations for the 2024 Aston Martin DBX 707

Scheduled for international deliveries starting May with a modest price increase, the updated DBX showcases a thoroughly modernized cockpit reminiscent of Aston Martin’s DB12 and Vantage models. Replacing the previous Mercedes-based setup, the new interior boasts a 10.25-inch touchscreen positioned on the ‘waterfall’ center stack, equipped with Aston’s bespoke infotainment platform featuring smartphone mirroring and tailored SUV-specific functionalities like hill descent control.

The interior redesign includes the adoption of a toggle-style shifter on the center console, replacing individual drive select buttons, and a larger 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster. Aston Martin’s emphasis on retaining physical controls alongside touchscreen elements aims to optimize driver convenience and uphold the brand’s commitment to craftsmanship.

Exterior and Performance Enhancements

Externally, the refreshed DBX sports Aston Martin’s latest ‘Wings’ badge, accompanied by new paint options and electronically self-presenting door handles for added convenience. The vehicle features standard 22-inch alloy wheels, with the option to upgrade to cast or forged 23-inch alloys. Underneath, Aston Martin has fine-tuned the DBX’s suspension dampers and steering response to enhance overall driving dynamics.

The 707hp 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine, mated to a 9-speed automatic gearbox and AWD system, remains unchanged, delivering uncompromising performance and agility.

Availability in India

Introduced in India in January 2021, followed by the launch of the 707hp variant in February 2022 at Rs 4.63 crore, ex-showroom, Aston Martin has yet to confirm the arrival of the updated DBX 707 in the Indian market. However, if launched, the anticipated price is expected to be around Rs 5 crore, ex-showroom.

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