Aston Martin DBX Concept unveiled at 2015 Geneva Motor Show
Aston Martin DBX Concept goes beyond convention. At the ongoing Geneva Motor Show, it is seen in machined billet aluminium contrasting its Black Pearl Chromium paint finish. On top of it, a micro fine layer of chrome takes levels of reflection to a limit that has not been achieved by normal paint finishes.
Dominated by the trademark Aston Martin radiator grille, swept back headlights and foglamps in a round design, the interiors sport four individual seats all upholstered in Nubuck leather. With noticeably higher ground clearance to draw attention to the Aston Martin intentions of all road capabilities, the rear is dominated by a two tone buttresses along the sloping roofline while also sporting prominent Aston Martin LED lights.
Designed by Chief Creative Officer Marek Reichman and his team at the Aston Martin global headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire, the new DBX Concept exudes opulance and grace while it sports cutting edge technology in its interior makeup.
The DBX sports an electric motors powered by Lithium Sulphur cells along with a kinetic energy recovery system (KERS). On board features includes driver and passenger head up display, carbon ceramic brakes, auto dimmer smart glass interlayer and such other outstanding features so as to appeal to a whole new generation of customers. Technical details are scarce but it is known that the DBX concept receives a powerful electric motor with power being sent to all four wheels for the first time in an Aston Martin.