With the market trend known as the SUV craze, the majority of the world’s most recognized luxury car manufacturers are now producing crossovers. And now, thanks to advances in the automotive world, stronger and more robust performance SUVs continue to join the hottest market segment.
These performance SUVs now have access to a wider market as they are able to combine all the strong attributes of conventional SUVs, such as 5-seat capacity and a 3-foot seated ride height, with everything we love. sports cars, which includes more powerful powerful engines, greater acceleration and fun-to-drive qualities. Porsche manufactures the Cayenne. Lamborghini makes the Urus. And Ferrari is about to present its first and most anticipated SUV: the 2023 Ferrari Purosangue. Another example of a perfect performance SUV from Aston Martin – and a brand new entry in this category – it’s the DBX707.
Compared to the standard DBX, the DBX707 receives an exterior visual makeover, with a much more intimidating front end that includes a larger grille, updated daytime running lights and a towering front splitter. Additional brake cooling ducts and new DRL designs in the headlight housings add visual width. It features wider tracks and deeper, more heavily sculpted side sills, giving it a more purposeful appearance, while the new dual-bridge rear diffuser and quad-exhaust setup at the rear – not to mention the spoiler of the car’s fixed “ducktail” roof – adding a sporty finish.
On the road, the Aston Martin DBX707 offers a sophisticated ride. The new nine-speed wet-clutch gearbox handles smoothly with minimal jerkiness, shifting gears smoothly and efficiently. The powerful motor brings the wheels to life, propelling you towards your goal with confidence and – thanks to the air suspension system – with comfort. Although the Bentley Bentayga Speed, Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT and Lamborghini Urus pose a threat to the Aston Martin SUV, the DBX707 is still one step ahead of the competition. With a top speed of 193 mph and a 0-62 mph time of 3.3 seconds, the The DBX707 SUV is a real beast in supercar territory.
We discuss the interior of the Aston Martin DBX707, looking at its design, practicality and technology.
The 2023 Aston Martin DBX707 has a neat design
Inspired by its DBX sibling, the interior of the Aston Martin DBX707 is just as plush as expected, with a unique design and a variety of leather options, although it still largely resembles the base DBX. Its interior features include a sporty steering wheel, heated and ventilated multi-adjustable seats, Alcantara® headliner and dark chrome trim.
To shake things up, the DBX707 comes with new 16-way power sports seats, which have an athletic wingback-style design, with the legendary Aston Martin wings embroidered into the seatbacks. There is a unique black racing stripe running down the middle of the rear row, adding a sporty taste to the cabin. In response to the shortcomings of the standard DBX, the DBX707 incorporates new features such as soft-close doors and a new adjustable cupholder design.
As is the case with the Aston Martin DBX707’s 697hp 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine, the SUV’s cabin also uses many Mercedes-sourced features. The most interesting Mercedes feature is the updated console, which includes a number of buttons and switches for manual transmission mode, adaptive damping and the all-new rotary drive mode dial, which gives the driver the access to a variety of newly configured commands. modes, such as Sport+ mode. There are also options for “Terrain” for off-road driving, “GT” for the most comfortable touring, and “Sport” for nimble on-road driving.
The interesting technology of the 2023 Aston Martin DBX707
Although performance-oriented, the DBX707 still takes a cool technological approach. As well as the center console, Aston relies on Mercedes-AMG to supply its electrical architecture, which includes digital instrumentation and infotainment features.
And while the MBUX infotainment suite found in the latest Mercedes-Benz models is the newer and more advanced version, the one used in the Aston Martin is the older COMAND interface. Some graphics may have changed, but the functionality remains the same. A large 10.25-inch screen that sits in the center of the dash provides access to features like Apple CarPlay, SiriusXM Satellite Radio and Bluetooth. However, like its standard sibling, the DBX’s large display lacks touchscreen functionality, which is a shame. Oh, and Android Auto is missing too. Like the standard DBX, the cockpit of the DBX707 also features a 12.3-inch driver information display.
The multiple color selections and interior space of the 2023 Aston Martin DBX707
The cabin comes standard with a piano black veneer and dark chrome finish, but those looking for a bit more bling can opt for the bright chrome trim, bronze wire mesh veneer or carbon fiber chrome color options. .
The seats of the Aston Martin DBX707 are available in a total of 30 primary colours, with a variety of secondary colors for some really striking combinations, such as the Titanium Grey/Electron Yellow combo, which gives it a bolder and more confident appearance, or the pleasant blue/black combo, which adds a classier appeal, as well as a sense of peace and serenity.
The DBX707 cabin has 109 cubic feet of total passenger volume, with 41.7 inches of legroom and 40.9 inches of headroom up front, along with 40.9 inches of headroom for legroom and about 40 inches in the back, which is enough to accommodate all 5 occupants comfortably. It also has 23 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seats, which is enough to carry between 6 and 8 suitcases.