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First Aston Martin DBX SUV rolls off the production line

The first SUV from British brand Aston Martin has rolled off the production line at the company's new facility in Wales. The 2020 Aston Martin DBX is arguably the most important model for the company – best known for supplying coupes to fictional spy character James Bond – as the luxury SUV will bring with it a new set of customers...

Automotive Industry Insights podcast: Toyota VP of Sales and Marketing, Sean Hanley

On this week's podcast are Mandy Turner, Mike Costello, and Mike Stevens. Mike Costello talks about the new car sales figures for January and reviews the Mazda CX-30.  Toyota vice president of sales and marketing, Sean Hanley, joins us to talk about EVs, Tundra potential, and the waiting time on the RAV4 Hybrid...

2020 Aston Martin DBX: $357,000 SUV 'sold out' in Australia

Aston Martin's first-ever SUV is already "sold out" in Australia and New Zealand, as the company pushes head office for more cars to match stronger-than-expected demand. Unveiled in November, the new DBX has only been shown to a small group of current and prospective Aston Martin owners in Australia – and the order books are already full...

Automotive Industry Insights podcast: Corolla v Mazda3 sedans

Join Mandy Turner, Mike Costello, and Kez Casey for the first podcast back for 2020! We chat with Mike Duff about his drive in the Aston Martin DBX prototype and discuss if it feels like an Aston Martin. Mike compares the 2020 Toyota Corolla and Mazda3 sedans. We talk to CarAdvice reader Tim about his owner review of the 2017 Holden Astra RS, which he bought new...

Car News Daily: Your daily download

Plenty has happened in the world of car news over the last 24 hours. If you haven't had time to read all the news on CarAdvice.com, catch up on your way home with Car News Daily, as Mandy Turner reads each news story word-for-word...

Aston Martin DBX: Andy Palmer on why it matters

Times are tough at Aston Martin. The English sports car maker’s share price has fallen by two thirds since it floated on the UK stock market last year, hit by both the uncertainties of Britain’s chaotic Brexit from the European Union and slipping demand for its traditional sports cars. Money is getting tight. Aston raised US$150 million ($219...

2020 Aston Martin DBX revealed: Australian launch due next year

Nearly five years since it was first previewed in concept form, the covers have finally come off next year's Aston Martin DBX SUV, destined for Australia with a $357,000 price tag. When the DBX concept was unveiled, there was no Rolls-Royce Cullinan, no Bentley Bentayga, and no Lamborghini Urus...

2020 Aston Martin DBX pricing revealed

Aston Martin has revealed its first ever SUV, the DBX, will cost $357,000 before on-road costs when it arrives in Australia – likely to be sometime next year. Although value isn't the chief concern at this end of the market, the DBX will slot between the Bentley Bentayga ($334,700 before on-road costs) and Lamborghini Urus ($390,000 before on-roads) when it launches...

Aston Martin DBX to get 405kW V8

Aston Martin has continued the drip feed of information about its upcoming DBX SUV, today revealing how much power and torque its V8 engine will offer. The 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, supplied by Mercedes-AMG, will offer 405kW of power and 700Nm of torque. That makes the DBX crossover more powerful than the Vantage with which it shares an engine...

2020 Aston Martin DBX spied again

Photographers have snapped the upcoming Aston Martin DBX during development testing in Europe, ahead of the British performance SUV's full reveal later this year. We can see Aston Martin's first crossover is very close to production, with very little in the way of false panels visible in these latest images – though the body remains concealed under an eye-catching wrap...

Aston Martin DBX 'most important car' in brand's history

The first-ever Aston Martin crossover, the upcoming DBX, is shaping as a make-or-break vehicle for the British brand. Speaking with The Detroit Bureau, the brand's boss said the DBX "will probably become the most important car in our history, because it will become the car that transforms us as we try to address all parts of the high-luxury market"...

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