Aston Martin's DBX SUV will expand the British automaker's portfolio into a key new segment but doesn't stray from the brand's design language.
The 2021 DBX, debuting simultaneously at events in Beverly Hills, Calif., and Beijing, marks the latest entrant into a growing group of SUVs from some of the industry's most exclusive brands.
Bentley started the latest SUV stampede with the launch of the Bentayga in 2016 while the Lamborghini Urus and the Rolls-Royce Cullinan went on sale in 2018. A Ferrari SUV is expected in 2022.
For Aston Martin, the DBX has been a long time coming.