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The all-new Aston Martin DBX is the marque’s first SUV and is now in India from Rs 3.82 crore (ex-showroom).

Aston Martin DBX India

The first-ever SUV from Gaydon is now available in India. Bookings for the Super Sport UV have opened following a preview in New Delhi. The Aston Martin DBX aims to deliver sports car performance when desired and all-road capability whenever needed as well. This didn’t make thing’s very easy for Aston Martin but, after a lot of testing and evaluation, the new model is here.

Aston Martin DBX India

The Aston Martin DBX is quite a large car. It measures over five metres long, two metres wide and almost 1.7 metres high. The weight of 2,245 kg isn’t much of a factor thanks to the engine. The 4.0-litre, twin-turbo V8 engine is made for the Aston Martin DBX by Mercedes-AMG in Affalterbach. The curated output for this purpose is 550 hp at 6,000 rpm with a peak 700 Nm of torque available between 1,900 and 4,000 rpm. A nine-speed automatic transmission powers a four-wheel drive system with intelligent drive distribution to ensure maximum traction and control as well as maximum acceleration whenever called upon.

Aston Martin DBX India

A five-seater SUV, the Aston Martin DBX offers plush seating for four plus one, with a decent cargo volume of 632 litres. The interior is modern and well-equipped with, as is the case now, a particular focus on connectivity. On cross-country drives, the DBX should be a fine balance between comfort and excitement. A 91-litre fuel tank makes for more than adequate range.

The Aston Martin DBX can be individually configured to a great extent and is made available by order. The base ex-showroom price is Rs 3.82 crore. That puts it directly in the cross hairs of the 650-hp Lamborghini Urus in terms of pricing. However, on the power front, the 600-hp Audi RS Q8, 550- hp Porsche Cayenne Turbo Coupé, and even the 550-hp Bentley Bentayga – all brands in VW Premier Automotive’s stable, as well as the 625-hp BMW X5 M Competition and 580-hp Maserati Levante Trofeo are also in the arena.

Aston Martin DBX India

You may read more about the Aston Martin DBX and its rivals in the December 2020 issue of Car India magazine.


About the author: Jim Gorde


Deputy Editor at Car India and Bike India.
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