Aston Martin DBX interiors revealed, prices start at £158,000

Aston Martin DBX prototype_3

Normally, the prices are officially revealed after an official debut of an automobile. However, the DBX is a very important product for Aston Martin, one that has enough power (literal or otherwise) to decide the future direction of the brand. Which is probably why the prices have been officially revealed prior to its global debut in Beijing, China, on 20 November 2019.

The recommended retail prices start at £158,000 in the UK, €193,500 in Germany, ¥22,995,000 in Japan and $189,900 in the USA. Interestingly, we need to wait for the China prices, but that’s okay.


Along with the prices, Aston Martin also revealed the DBX’s absolutely gorgeous looking interiors, which has some interesting new touches compared to the brand’s sports cars. The PRND buttons along with the start/stop button are mounted over the infotainment screen. As for the infotainment itself, it still appears to be sourced from Stuttgart. We can also notice the narrow, rectangular air vents which look really cool (again, literal or otherwise).

A digital instrument display, paddle shifters, wood covered centre console, rear USB ports, and of course, a full-length panoramic glass roof are the other features we can notice. Aston Martin promises a class-leading front & rear legroom as well.

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