the 85th Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin has showcased a concept
like no other before from the brand or the world. A luxury GT crossover called
the Aston Martin DBX concept, thus, challenging the nature of luxury GT travel
in the 21st Century.
All of it
started with a brief from Dr. Andy Palmer, CEO of Aston Martin to design a
concept which customers will ask of Aston Martin in the near future, not only
stylish and luxurious but also more practical, more family-friendly and more
environmentally responsible. Marek Reichman Aston Martin’s Chief Creative
Officer and his team of designers went to work and created a massive and
gorgeous crossover, the Aston Martin DBX concept idea, the first ever fully
electric, all wheel drive Aston Martin.
stated: “We will, in due course, be entering a car into the new DBX space”. So
whether it will be a purely electric car or will they fit it with a mighty V12
at the front, all we know is that a storm from Gaydon is coming for sure but
the engine? Let’s keep our hopes up.
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