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Aston Martin DBX707 matches advanced interior to class-leading performance

The model, powered by a 707PS 4.0-liter V8 engine, features comprehensive upgrades like enhanced chassis software and new aesthetic options. Share

Aston Martin has announced an exciting upgrade to its DBX707, enhancing both its design and technological features. This model, which was first launched in 2022, quickly became a leading figure in the ultra-luxury performance SUV market due to its exceptional performance and stylish, luxurious design. Given its popularity and critical acclaim, the DBX707 now stands as the sole powertrain option in Aston Martin’s SUV lineup.

Central to the new DBX707 are comprehensive interior upgrades, including the introduction of Aston Martin’s latest in-house infotainment system and a completely revamped cabin design. This update marries meticulous craftsmanship and cutting-edge technology, reflecting a commitment to both luxury and connectivity.

Marco Mattiacci, Global Chief Brand and Commercial Officer of Aston Martin said of the new DBX707: “With its best-in-class performance and dynamics, world-class design and the highest levels of luxury, the DBX707 immediately established a new ultra-luxury SUV benchmark. Now upgraded with state-of-the-art technology and a completely new interior the DBX707 moves the game on once more, further elevating the standard by which all competitors are judged”.

The new model year introduces Aston Martin’s next-generation infotainment system to the DBX707. This custom, integrated multi-screen system supports wireless Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and includes multiple USB-C ports, enhancing connectivity. The system is displayed on a state-of-the-art Pure Black touchscreen, which supports multi-finger gesture control. The driver benefits from a 12.3-inch instrument cluster screen, which is larger than those in previous models, and a central 10.25-inch infotainment screen housed within the redesigned dashboard and centre console.

The DBX707 also features a blend of touchscreen technology and physical controls. Key mechanical functions such as gear selection, drive modes, and climate controls retain physical buttons, providing a tactile balance that complements the digital interfaces. This design philosophy ensures critical vehicle controls are always within easy reach.

In addition to technology upgrades, the DBX707 showcases a new interior design that continues the bold direction first seen in models like the DB12 and Vantage. The design emphasizes clean lines and a spacious layout, with a strong horizontal theme that enhances the sense of width and luxury within the cabin. High-quality materials like chrome, contemporary veneers, and a redesigned centre console accentuate the vehicle’s premium feel.

The seating and interior trims offer three distinct specifications, each with unique styling details, such as different types of embroidery and materials, including Alcantara for a sportier feel. Aston Martin also offers extensive customisation options through its bespoke service, allowing for personal tailoring of the interior finishes. Aston Martin has equipped the DBX707 with a premium audio system as standard, featuring an 800-watt output and 14 speakers. For those seeking an even more refined sound experience, an optional system developed in collaboration with Bowers & Wilkins is available. This system is tailored to the specific acoustics of the DBX707’s cabin and features advanced speaker technology to deliver an exceptional audio experience.

Externally, the DBX707 introduces several design updates, including five new paint colours and two new wheel finishes. These additions are complemented by new ‘presenting’ door handles and redesigned door mirrors that incorporate advanced camera systems to support enhanced parking assistance features.

The DBX707 is powered by a robust 707PS/900Nm 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine, coupled with a 9-speed wet clutch automatic gearbox. This setup provides remarkable acceleration and a top speed of 193 mph. The vehicle’s impressive stopping power is ensured by Carbon Ceramic brakes. Aston Martin has also recalibrated the electronic dampers and air springs to improve the vehicle’s dynamic response and handling, affirming its position as a leader in its class. Production of the updated DBX707 is set to begin in the second quarter of 2024, with deliveries starting in the same period.

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