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The updated SUV will come in three trim options: Inspire Comfort, Inspire Sport, and Bespoke Q Creations.

British automaker Aston Martin has unveiled the new-generation DBX707 SUV. The new version of the car features an all-new interior. The auto giant has announced that the standard version of the DBX SUV will be discontinued from the market due to its low demand. The Aston Martin DBX will solely be retailed in its most potent ‘707’ guise. The auto giant is all set to revolutionize the premium SUV segment by launching the DBX707 in 2025.

Aston Martin will start the manufacturing process for the DBX707 by the middle of this year, while deliveries are set to commence later in 2024. One of the most significant changes in the upcoming model is its new interior layout, which is inspired by the Vantage and DB12 models. Inside the cabin, the SUV gets a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 10.25-inch central infotainment display. The infotainment system, instrument panel, and center console are all neatly divided from one another by a horizontal design line on the dashboard. Customers can select from the 23-speaker Bowers and Wilkins sound systems.

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The DBX’s exterior design stays the same, except for a few changes, including the latest satin black and copper bronze paint scheme for the door handles and alloy wheels. Aston Martin is offering the DBX707 SUV in five color options: Helios Yellow, Epsilon Black, Malachite Green, Sprint Green, and Aura Green. The updated SUV will come in three trim options: Inspire Comfort, Inspire Sport, and Bespoke Q Creations. The car's technical components remain the same: carbon ceramic brakes with 420 mm up front and 390 mm down back. For improved body control, Aston Martin claims to have calibrated the air springs and electronic dampers.

The Aston Martin DBX707 is powered by a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged engine that generates power of 697 bhp and peak torque of 900 Nm. The powertrain is paired with a nine-speed wet clutch automatic gearbox. The new model can sprint from 0 to 100 kmph in just 3.3 seconds. It can reach a top speed of up to 310 kmph.

In the Indian market, the auto marque first launched the Aston Martin DBX707 at a price of INR 4.63 crore (ex-showroom). The Aston Martin DBX rivals the likes of the Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT and the Lamborghini Urus Performante. The updated version is expected to be launched in the domestic market in the upcoming months.

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