Aston Martin's new Welsh factory has produced its first car ahead of series production kicking off next year.
Located around in the town of St Athan, the new factory is around 20 kilometres south-west of the Welsh capital Cardiff.
The 36 hectare site was purchased from the Ministry of Defence in 2016, and since then the automaker has converted much of site, including its "super hangars" into a modern manufacturing facility with plenty of glass walls.
It's not known if these pieces will appear in the final product, or if they are placeholder items being used for development and testing.
The DBX will be unveiled at the end of 2019, with full scale production slated to begin during the first half of 2020.