2019 Aston Martin DBX Release Date, Specs, & Price
If the Lamborghini Urus has been the SUV of 2018, with the permission of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan of course, the 2019 Aston Martin DBX aims to be the big surprise of 2019. The plans to update the brand go ahead and after knowing the new Aston Martin DB11, Vantage, and DBS, it is the turn of the one that is posited as the best seller of the brand. The Aston Martin DBX will be officially presented at the end of 2019, making the first deliveries in 2020 with the serious intention of being the most sporty and luxurious SUV on the market. It becomes interesting the segment of the super luxury SUV.
Aston Martin Lagonda has taken advantage of the completion of the works of its new St. Athan plant in the United Kingdom to confirm the moment in which it will present the new DBX. Aston Martin will open this plant with the production of the Aston Martin DBX, however, this new factory promises to become the neuralgic center of the manufacturer since it will also be there where they will produce their future range of electric cars and their batteries. The headquarters of Aston Martin Lagonda will remain however in Gaydon, where the DB11, DBS, and Vantage are produced
With the production of the 2019 Aston Martin DBX set to start at the end of 2019, the brand’s forecast is that the new St. Athan plant will house 700 workers by the beginning of 2020. The international presentation of the DBX has been set for the fourth quarter of 2019, at which time the final design and specifications will be discovered. Even so, it is more than likely that during the Geneva or Frankfurt trade shows of 2019 Aston Martin reveals new details of the DBX and even begins to contact customers to close orders and configurations.
2019 Aston Martin DBX Price & Specs
Around the Aston Martin DBX are many details to know because the model has gone through different stages of development before being fully confirmed. Although it was speculated that the DBX was born as a 100% electric SUV, finally everything points to the Aston Martin DBX will use a 4.0 V8 Twin-Turbo engine of origin Mercedes-AMG with 510 hp , the same engine that they use the DB11 and Vantage. This mechanics would serve as a range of access to the model, although the possibility of finding more powerful versions in the future is not ruled out, apart from the rumored 100% electric version.