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2020 Aston Martin DBX revealed: Australian launch due next year
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20th Nov 2019
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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. Now, with all three in the game, along with the trendsetting Porsche Cayenne, the time appears right for Aston Martin to step onto the field.
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2020 Aston Martin DBX teased
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20th Aug 2019
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2020 Aston Martin DBX teased

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20th Aug 2019
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2020 Aston Martin DBX teased

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Aston Martin DBX drift mode: "Never say never"
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13th Jul 2019
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Aston Martin DBX drift mode: "Never say never"

Aston Martin has confirmed the all-new Aston Martin DBX will use a permanent all-wheel drive system, but there are now hints a 'drift mode' could be fitted to help differentiate it from its competitors. Speaking exclusively to CarAdvice, Aston Martin senior manager of vehicle dynamics, Ian Hartley, suggested the brand is looking into implementing a feature like drift mode to give the DBX a competitive edge. "It's not a difficult question really," he said, asked about drift mode for the DBX.
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Aston Martin DBX SUV revealed with official camo set
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14th Nov 2018
2 min read

Aston Martin DBX SUV revealed with official camo set

The Aston Martin DBX will look exactly as one would expect, and blessedly very little like the jacked-up coupe concept unveiled in 2015. As these official 'spy photos' show, Aston Martin's long anticipated SUV will boast a silhouette that could almost be mistaken for an F-Pace or Levante – with, perhaps, the exception of that peculiar duckbill at the rear.
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