Could James Bond be driving in an SUV?
The question is no longer out of the ordinary since Aston Martin launched the DBX, a 5.04m long recreational vehicle, camped on 22-inch wheels and weighing nearly 2.3 tonnes in running order, despite the body structure in extruded aluminum.
The evolution of demand in the popular markets for prestige models did not leave much choice to the English brand recently saved by a group of investors led by Lawrence Stroll.
Aston Martin is thus the penultimate manufacturer to convert to the SUV, before Ferrari.
Honor is safe.
Vantage front end, GT long bonnet, hollow sides, balanced proportions: the DBX remains above all an Aston.
There is only the fall of the electric tailgate on the horizontal light strip underlining the spoiler which is not unanimous.
Size nuance: to enter, instead of stooping as we would for all Aston, we climb aboard.
The refined atmosphere is that
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