On the web appeared pictures of the interior of the new Aston Martin DBXSeptember 14, 2019
The first Aston SUV is on its way to exposure: the new Ring shots show the interior and give a better view of the exterior.
The new Aston Martin DBX off-road is heading for its premiere, and the latest batch of Nürburgring spy shots for the first time reveals the showroom.
The spy photographer managed to sneak up on the DBX prototype and photograph the cabin through the passenger window. Although the interior is clearly unfinished, it shows that a mix of Mercedes-Benz switchgear and technology will blend in with Aston’s custom-made trim elements.
First orders for the upscale Aston were reportedly received at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, and he made his UK debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July. A video released on Twitter by Aston CEO Andy Palmer gives a very quick overview of the front of the car without any disguise.
Earlier this year, Aston began creating prototypes of the new model at its new St. Atan plant before it goes on sale in the first half of 2020. The company announced its intention to start mass production in St. Atan in the second quarter of 2020, which suggests that the first customer will be delivered in the second half of next year.
In anticipation of the official launch of the car at the end of this year, Aston Martin previously released DBX images in camouflage colors that reflect his new Welsh house. Currently, the machine is undergoing final testing using trial versions.
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