Aston Martin DBX 2020 Review | What we know so Far

Aston Martin DBX 2020

Aston Martin DBX 2020

Aston Martin DBX 2020 Review: Alright in today’s post I am going to show you my full review of 2020 Aston Martin DBX.


The DBX is the first SUV created by Aston Martin. Aston Martin has now stepped into the Ultra-Luxury Crossover segment. The main competitor of the DBX is the Lamborghini Urus. The DBX was about to go in sale in May 2020 but because of the current situation we’re in, it is expected to be launched in August 2020. The first SUV created by Aston Martin has a V8 Engine supplied by Mercedes-Benz.

Aston Martin DBX 2020 Review | What we Know so Far


Aston Martin DBX 2020 Performance

The 2020 DBX will launch with a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine which is provided by Mercedes-AMG. DBX makes 542 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque and pairs with a nine-speed automatic transmission also supplied by Mercedes. Aston Martin has stated that the DBX has a 0-60 mph time of 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 181 mph. A hybrid model eventually will have the same specs, and an all-electric version is also expected to be launched. The DBX is a rear-wheel-drive but when the car is stuck of if it slips the limited-slip rear differential sends torque to the front axels.

The DBX has standard dampers and air springs as well. The construction of the car is the same as the other Aston Martin Cars, with bonded aluminum and extrusions. The DBX can tow 5940 pounds and its roof rack can support up to 220 pounds despite a standard full-length panoramic glass roof.

Aston Martin DBX 2020 Safety & Driver Assistance

The 2020 DBX hasn’t been crash-tested yet but we expect it to offer all the latest techs in driver assistance technology.

Aston Martin DBX 2020 Interior

The DBX’s interior offers premium leather and soft-touch surfaces, the interiors also include a mix of metal and wood and the headliner is made up of faux-suede material. Even though we don’t have any information about the standard techs in the interior. The DBX has a panoramic sunroof, four-zone climate control, a fully digital gauge cluster, and heated rear seats. There is a decent amount of room in the rear seats, the legroom and headroom is plenty. The DBX has a cargo space of 22 cubic feet and 54 cubic feet with the rear seats folded.

The car will have a large infotainment screen that should fit in the multitude of modern ultra-luxurious crossovers. We assume that the car may not offer Apple Carplay and Andriod Auto as it is not available in the other cars manufactured by Aston Martin.


DBX’s Fuel Economy

As we know that the DBX has a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, we currently don’t have any idea about the fuel economy of the DBX.

Models & Pricing

We only know the starting price of the DBX and we still don’t know about the other models either as they have not been revealed yet. But we’re pretty sure that the DBX will cross the $200,000 mark with some more features. The starting Price of DBX will be $192,086.


The Aston Martin DBX 2020 is the first ultra-luxurious SUV Crossover created by the brand. It’s starting price is just below $200k. The company is the best know for supplying James Bond with a car. The company now aims to capitalize on the crossover market. The DBX is going to compete with the Iconic Lamborghini Urus. The car is very light as it is built on an aluminium chassis. The car is very fun to drive as it is very lightweight. It has a 0-60 mph time of 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 181 mph. The DBX has comes with what Aston calls eARC – electric anti-roll control. This means the air suspension also has electronic adaptive dampers that can either give you a smooth, soft, comfy experience or stiffen the car up to make it super-sporty.

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