Friday, March 24

Aston Martin DBX 707, the world’s most powerful luxury SUV launched in India at INR. 4.63 crore

The world’s most powerful luxury SUV, Aston Martin DBX 707 has been launched in India at an ex-showroom price of INR. 4.63 crore (ex-showroom, India). The DBX 707 is the most expensive model in the brand’s line-up. The new flagship performance SUV costs INR 48 lakh more than the standard DBX (INR 4.15 crore), which was launched in our market in January 2021.

The biggest talking point of the new DBX 707 is its uprated Mercedes-AMG-sourced 4.0-litre, twin-turbocharged V8 engine. Paired to a 9-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, the engine produces 707hp (hence the name) and 900Nm of peak torque, which drives all four wheels. Thanks to a new launch control system, the SUV can complete its 0-100kph sprint in just 3.3sec, compared to the 4.3sec of the standard DBX, and go on to reach a claimed top speed of 310kph.

Aston Martin has also equipped the 707 with a retuned air suspension, steering system, a strengthened limited-slip differential and new carbon-ceramic brake discs to improve its overall dynamics.

The Aston Martin DBX 707 features a new front end, different than the one on the DBX. The car receives a larger front grille and all-new design of DRL with new air intakes and brake cooling ducts, plus a new front splitter profile. An enlarged satin chrome grille features double vanes, while the six horizontal bars are now split. The dark satin chrome window surrounds and new louvred bonnet blades compliments the overall design. The flanks with gloss black side sills now feature a heavily sculpted profile. The Aston Martin DBX 707 also welcomes the addition of soft-close doors. The rear features a new lip spoiler to the roof wing, is finished in satin black while a gloss black treatment is added to the diffuser of the new exhaust.

The sporty design theme continues on the inside, where sports seats are now standard and switchgear is finished in dark chrome. Other interior highlights of the DBX 707 include the new shortcut buttons for drive modes on the centre console, a touchpad that controls the navigation functions for the 10.25-inch screen, a 12.3-inch digital driver’s display, and the hand-stitched leather upholstery.

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