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Aston Martin unveils upgraded DBX707 with fresh interior and new feature

Better than ever.
  • Aston Martin unveils an upgraded version of the DBX707
  • There are new colors available, as well as new interior trim
  • The cabin was redesigned, and they’ve upgraded the infotainment system, too

Published on Apr 22, 2024 at 2:15AM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 29, 2024 at 2:47PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis
Aston Martin DBX707

Based on the DBX, the Aston Martin DBX707 is a more powerful, more aggressive take on Aston’s first-ever SUV.

And now there’s a new version, which is the model you see here, the upgraded Aston Martin DBX707, coming in with some pretty cool interior updates.

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Unveiled in 2022, the DBX707 aims to make the DBX even faster and sportier.

Under the hood, you’ll find a 4.0-liter V8 engine, mated to a 9-speed wet clutch gearbox, capable of putting out 707 PS (697 hp).

It’s also fitted with carbon ceramic brakes and, thanks to the upgrade, a revamped interior.

The DBX707 now uses Aston’s in-house developed infotainment system, which is at the center of the remodeled cabin.

The new infotainment system features wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, plus of course USB-C ports.

It is also designed to be paired to the Aston Martin customer app.

There’s a new 12.3-inch instrument cluster (1.5 inches larger than the one found in the DB12 or the Vantage), in addition to the 10.25 infotainment display screen integrated into the new dashboard and center console.

There are buttons and physical switches, too.

And they’re not there just for the sake of nostalgia, because Aston believes that, when it comes to certain things, having a physical dial is better.

For that reason, the DBX707 has physical buttons, switches and dials for gear and drive mode selection, heating and ventilation, and to regulate the exhaust.

Safety features such as the ESP, lane keep assist and park distance control can also be controlled using switches.

Visually, we’ve got a new steering wheel and redesigned door handles, new air vents and veneer panels.

New colors are also available, both for the exterior and the interior, including a new type of Alcantara for the seats.

Production is scheduled for the second quarter of 2024, with deliveries in Q3.

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