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Aston Martin DBX to cost from £158,000. Image by Aston Martin.

Aston Martin DBX to cost from £158,000
Interior of Aston Martin’s DBX SUV teased as UK price is confirmed to start from almost £160k.
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The Aston Martin DBX is incoming and now we've got our first look in the interior - as well as a figure on how much it will cost. With its full reveal due to take place in Beijing on November 20, Aston has shown off the cabin from the perspective of the rear seats. Even from this location, it's clear to see that the DBX will have a digital instrument cluster and neatly integrated central touchscreen, while the steering wheel is round - rather than the squared-off item that's about the one clunking detail in the current Aston range, such as the DB11 Volante. Aston also says it has put months of work in to ensure the driving position suits people from the 99th percentile male to the 5th percentile female, while even kids were consulted on how easy it was to get in and out of the back of the DBX. There's a bridged centre console, which allows for a large storage area underneath (big enough for something like a handbag or a 1.5-litre bottle of fluid, according to Aston), and up top is a full-length panoramic sunroof to make the interior all light and airy. So, once it goes on display in Beijing, DBX order books will open. And the price? Each one will cost buyers at least £158,000, with options and personalisation taking the ticket upwards from there.

Matt Robinson - 6 Nov 2019

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