Aston Martin has a lot of news in store for the DBX. For example, the brand comes with a (plug-in) hybrid variant for the DBX, a car that may not have a 4.0 V8 but a milder V6 as combustion engine. The test sample of the DBX that plays the main role in this article points to the arrival of a still unknown DBX version.
The DBX in these photos has a partly taped front bumper, although it is clear to see that this part is designed differently than the already known DBX. The whole thing on this version just looks a bit sportier, although things seem unchanged at the back. It is not entirely clear whether Aston Martin is working on a facelifted DBX, or whether a sportier S or AMR version is being tested here.
Since the Dutch market introduction of the DBX in 2020, Aston Martin has sold about twenty units in our country. Measured over the first eight months of this year, the SUV is Aston Martin’s most popular model here.