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2020 Aston Martin DBX spied inside and out
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12th Apr 2019
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2020 Aston Martin DBX spied inside and out

The new Aston Martin DBX has been spotted during development testing at the famed Nurburgring, and we've now got images of the crossover's interior ahead of its reveal later this year. Compared to the official camouflaged image series released in November last year, not much has changed on the exterior – it's still heavily camouflaged, and it's still not that attractive.
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2019 Aston Martin DBX teased as factory construction begins
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8th Apr 2017
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2019 Aston Martin DBX teased as factory construction begins

A silhouette sketch of the Aston Martin DBX, the brand's first crossover, has been released to coincide with the start of construction at the car's new Welsh factory. Earlier this week, the British government formally handed over the keys to the former Ministry of Defence site in St Athan, Wales. The hangars at the facility will be converted into the company's second production site.
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Derek Fung
Aston Martin set for another golden age
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5th Aug 2016
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Aston Martin set for another golden age

This year, British luxury sports car manufacturer Aston Martin celebrates 103 years in business, during which time it has produced a combined total of about 80,000 cars. That's about the same number that Toyota produces in three days. In a global industry that boasts around 85 million cars per annum, Aston Martin makes up a fractional slice of the total cars built each year. But it also claims a staggering 95 per cent of all Aston Martins are still in existence - as few, if any, are scrapped.
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Anthony Crawford
Aston Martin DBX design study
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7th Mar 2011
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Aston Martin DBX design study

Say hello to the Aston Martin DBX design concept. It was developed by two 21-year-old industrial design students from Poland. The car represents a shift away from Aston Martin's current design language but at the same time you can see the Aston Martin heritage shining through.
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