British luxury marque dubbed the DBX707 “the greatest ultra-luxury, high performance SUV in the world”.
Here are eight (8) things you need to know about the DBX-based Aston Martin DBX707.
Earlier this month, Aston Martin Lagonda launched the DBX707, an all-new high-performance luxury SUV based on the fast selling Aston Martin DBX.
The launch of the DBX707 comes a month after Aston Martin announced that the standard DBX helped the brand captured a significant percentage of the market.
Here are 8 things you need to know about the Aston Martin DBX707, which the British luxury marque dubbed “the greatest ultra-luxury, high performance SUV in the world”.
During the launch, Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll, the Executive Chairman of Aston Martin, said :
“Aston Martin fans said they wanted something with more performance,”
The marque expects sales of the DBX707 to be strongest in the U.S. and China, the two world’s largest auto markets, with Europe not far behind.
The number ‘707’ on the badge, DXB707, indicates 707 metric horsepower, meaning that the new Aston Martin SUV packs the power of 697 horses — 697 horsepower.
The DBX707 is powered by the uprated 4.0 liter twin-turbocharged engine used on the DBX, churning out 707 brake horsepower (equivalent to 697 horsepower) and 900Nm of torque.
That’s an increase of 155bhp and 200Nm over the regular DBX, making the DBX707.
5. Huge Wheels
Complementing those huge brakes is a huge standard 22-inch alloy wheels, and an even bigger 23-inch wheels that are available as an option. Specially developed Pirelli P Zero tyres will be fitted to the DBX707 as standard.
4. Performance – It Is Very Fast
Aston Martin DBX707 will go from zero to 62 mph in just 3.3 seconds (0-60 mph : 3.1 secs), which is about one second faster than the standard DBX, before topping out at 193 mph.
Its impressive powertrain allowed Aston Martin DBX707 to claim the title of the fastest SUV in the world.
The most powerful production ‘luxury’ SUV on the market will compete with rivals such as the Lamborghini Urus, Bentley Bentayga Speed and Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid.
2. The Interior is All Aston Martin
Inside, the DBX707 has a 10.25-inch infotainment system and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster that transmits information to the driver.
Apple CarPlay and 360-degree camera system are standard, along with 12v charging sockets, Satellite navigation system (HDD), Card port
SiriusXM Satellite radio, and USB ports (x4)
1. Pricing and Availability
Aston Martin plans to produce 5,000 DBX707 vehicles per year, which each starting at $232,000, excluding destination and delivery. This is about $52,000 more than the standard DBX.
It is hoping to deliver first vehicles in the second quarter of 2022.