Aston Martin DBX gets coupe body style and seven seats in the cabin?March 19, 2020
A couple of minutes ago it became known that the British Aston Martin DBX crossover could well get a couple more versions, one of which will receive a coupe body style, and the other a spacious seven-seater saloon.
The DBX may be the first crossover from Aston Martin, but it certainly won’t be the last. Despite the fact that it has not yet gone on sale, the company’s management is already considering the possibility of expanding the DBX family due to two additional versions of the model: a coupe-like version of the car will appear, as well as a version with a seven-seater saloon.
Aston Martin Lagonda Executive Vice President and Chief Creative Officer Marek Reichman in an interview with the Australian edition hinted at the appearance of additional versions of the crossover, which should appear in the near future.
“The new versions of our crossover will certainly not be smaller,” Mr. Reichman said separately. “Thus, the wheelbase will remain the same. Because in terms of downsizing, we will never make a smaller version of our DBX, like the Porsche has a compact Macan and mid-size Cayenne. ”
Assuming that a coupe-like version of the Aston Martin DBX will be presented, it will compete with the German Porsche Cayenne Coupe and BMW X6, as well as the Lamborghini Urus. Meanwhile, the larger DBX with three rows of seats will fight for the buyer with such monsters of the segment as the BMW X7 and Mercedes-Benz GLS. Based on the success of both of these segments, the management of the British brand Aston expects to significantly increase its sales. According to company analysts, the standard DBX will be able to sell approximately 4,000 units more each year.
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