DBX deviates from the saloons with its more organic, rounded shape from the signature grille rearwards where it terminates in an almost Jaguaresque rear window line.
It’s big too, with the curvy lines that disguise its 5039mm length.
Shoulder room won’t be an issue thanks to a width of 1998m.
Legroom? Sir and Madam will have a 3060mm wheelbase in which to waft in comfort.
Aston Martin offers a staggering 11 accessory packs which will be available from launch.
One is a “Pet Package,” which adds a portable washing system for dogs, and the “Snow Package” which includes boot warmers among its features.
Other options will include a 16-way power adjustment system for the front seats, heated steering wheel, varying styles of fabric finish, Aston Martin wings or DBX embossing and the aforementioned veneers.
These will include walnut, piano ivory wood and dark Ziricote open-pore wood — among others.
Underneath will be nine different colour options for the brake calipers, three different finishes for the Sport or optional Ribbon wheels, and a choice of finishes for the fender finishers.
And with just 5000 per year to be made available, the first 500 buyers will be receiving some true exclusiveness.
A special ‘1913 Package’ is also available for the first 500 buyers, in honour of the company’s founding date.
These examples will get a unique fender badge, sill plaques, plus an individual inspection plaque.
They indicate the car has been inspected and endorsed by Aston Martin’s chief, Andy Palmer, confirming its exclusivity.
They will also receive a limited-run book about the build, signed by Palmer and Aston’s design boss, Marek Reichman.
Aston Martin DBX is due for release here later this year, priced from $357,000.