Aston Martin DBX by Q is a bespoke SUV with lots of carbon fiber

Shane McGlaun - Feb 24, 2020, 7:51 am CST
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Aston Martin DBX by Q is a bespoke SUV with lots of carbon fiber

Aston Martin has been working up to the production for its SUV for a long time now and it has unveiled the DBX by Q bespoke version of the ride. Aston says that this is the most exclusive version of the SUV and that Q cars, in general, are the most exclusive of its product line. These rides are built with the help of Aston designers from the ground up just as the buyers want them.

In the DBX by Q seen here, we can see styling touches like special wheels that are 22-inch gloss black units. The vehicle has a carbon fiber lower exterior pack. It’s painted in a Satin Xenon gray paint color that looks fantastic on the SUV.

The official debut of the DBX will happen at the Geneva Motor Show with all the details on the ride announced there. The satin gray paint used on this car is one of a range of options in the Q by Aston Martin Collection. Aston also offers black anodized tread and sill plates.

Carbon fiber is used inside the vehicle in a pattern that we don’t often see. One of the images also appears to show the cover inside the hatch of the SUV that typically covers the spare tire done in full carbon fiber. There is no mention of how much the DBX by Q might cost and presumably the costs will vary significantly since it’s a bespoke SUV.

What we already know about the DBX, in general, is that the SUV uses a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 taken from the DB11 and Vantage. In the SUV the engine makes 550PS and 700Nm of torque. Aston has said that the vehicle can hit 62 mph in 4.5 seconds and has a top speed of 181 mph.


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