Aston Martin’s DBX SUV rolls off the assembly line, and with nearly 700 horsepower.
The Aston Martin DBX 707 is named after its 707 metric horsepower, and while that translates to 697 horsepower in more familiar terms, it’s quite the incredible SUV, with the ability to sprint to 60 mph in just 3.1 seconds, and eventually climb to 193 mph, speeds that are unheard of for an SUV to achieve. The first DBX 707 has finally been completed after its hand-built assembly in Wales and is now going to be delivered to its customer.
The Secretary of State for Wales, Simon Hart MP, added finishing touches to a DBX707 on the assembly line as both he and the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Wales, Davide Davies MP inspected the first completed customer car, which is Aston Martin’s first car to be hand-built in Wales for almost 50 years. It’s the start of a new era for Aston Martin as the luxury performance automotive brand it’s always been, with a modern and formidable new SUV hand-built in the UK to match.
Source: Aston Martin