Aston Martin DBX707 2024: improving just what it needed

It must be recognized that the Aston Martin DBX707 surprised everyone when it came out back in 2022. It was already something notable that Gaydon's firm released an SUV, but when it arrived with the high performance version many of you finish understanding it. He has been the most outstanding in his class in this time and now he gets a little facelift to improve just what he needed. He Aston Martin DBX707 2024 It is the expected evolution to not fall behind other competitors. It focuses on equipment details and will be available in the third quarter of the year.

This model focuses on improving the cabin, which receives a more capable technology thanks to the new generation of the multimedia system. It has wireless connection with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as a 10.25-inch touch screen to control all its functions. The 12.3-inch digital instrumentation It is larger than the previous one and improves its graphics. In addition, a better balance is achieved between touch and analog commands, all supported by the brand's voice control.

It improves the ergonomics of the interior, especially through a simplified center console, although what is most noticeable is the quality increase. There are now more upholstered surfaces and new materials are available. There is smoked oak and titanium mesh trim, having updated the ziricote wood, piano black and carbon fiber trim. The Inspire Comfort, Inspire Sport and Accelerate upholstery They are totally new; while there is still the option of going to the Q by Aston Martin catalog to have almost unlimited options.

The sound system of the new Aston Martin DBX707 has 800 W and 14 speakers, although there is optionally a Bowers & Wilkins more capable with 1,600 W thanks to its 23 speakers. On the outside there are five new shades of paint for its bodywork (Black Epsilon, Helios Yellow, Sprint Green, Malachite Green and Aura Green) and two new finishes for the 23 inch wheels (Fortis and Copper Bronze for forged ones). The door handles change as well as the flush glass and rotating head mirrors.

What doesn't change is the engine. 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that hides under the hood, always linked to the nine-speed automatic transmission. Nor does it improve its power level, which in the Aston Martin DBX707 is 707 HP and 900 Nm of torque. The all-wheel drive system ensures outstanding performance for an SUV, being capable of accelerating quickly. 0 to 100 km/h in 3.1 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 193 km/h. It maintains 420 mm front and 390 mm rear carbon-ceramic brakes, in addition to that characteristic chassis tuning that it previously presented.

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