The network posted the first photo salon crossover Aston Martin DBXApril 11, 2019
The journalists were able to capture the salon of the British crossover, which passed high-speed tests at the Nurburgring race track. Apparently, the salon will be in many respects similar to the interiors of current models of Mercedes.
The team of the British brand Aston Martin is on the Nürburgring race track to test the prototype of the first crossover in the history of the company. The novelty, which was called the DBX, is currently undergoing high-speed tests, and foreign “spies” were able to capture the car. What is even more interesting is that these new “spy” photos also give us a first look at the interior of a luxurious British crossover.
While externally, the car has not changed in comparison with previous prototypes, its interior seems to be on the contrary in relatively early stages of development, at least, judging by the unfinished design of the center console. There is a big screen that shows menus from the Mercedes-Benz MBUX infotainment system.
Some buttons around the gear selector also look familiar, including a large rotary selector connected to the mentioned infotainment system. Interestingly, the buttons for the electric seats are located on the outside of the center console and, again, seem to come from Mercedes models. And if you look closely at the key chain located on the console, you can see the three-pointed star logo.
A similar situation with the steering wheel, on which there are buttons that we saw in the models of the German automaker. The central section is missing, and there is a strange green button to the right of the instrument cluster, which is usually used for the horn. Obviously, this is an early prototype of the British crossover and everything can change a lot in the end.
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