Aston Martin is the latest supercar manufacturer to join the ever growing super-SUV market with their 2020 DBX.
The AMG sourced twin-turbo V8 emite a healthy 542bhp, blasting the DBX from 0-60mph in around 4 seconds. It's 20mpg fuel consumption is not too shabby either.
The aluminium and composite body carries over the Aston Martin family look, complemented by a large panoramic roof and enormous 22 inch alloys. It also offers a seemingly endless list of driver aids including EPB, ABS, ESC, TC, EBA, RSC, HDC, HAS, TPMS, eARC, EPAS, 360 camera and heated electric everything. There's probably more than 2 cup holders too!
Priced from £158000, the DBX competes with the likes of the Cayenne, SVR and Bentayga, and also the Urus in terms of handling, if not price.
Considering Aston's current (2020) precarious position, the DBX could well be a make or break model for this legendary marque.