Aston Martin has released images of the interior of its first SUV, which is set to be unveiled on November 20 in Beijing, China.
The Aston Martin DBX features a finely crafted cabin, which is the result of intensive customer research and in-house interior expertise. The spacious cabin has been designed inside out to ensure owners feel instantly at home from the moment they enter. With carefully considered ergonomics, the DBX has been created to meet the needs of the 99th percentile male to the 5th percentile female; a very broad set of requirements.
The team spent more than six months defining the position of driver within the vehicle to ensure there was enough movement in the driver’s seat and steering column to allow clear visibility of all controls, screens and through windows. The seating position also delivers a clear view of the hood to give confidence when in tight proximity to other cars.
On the dashboard, each button and dial has been carefully positioned following extensive testing from external counsel. In terms of cabin storage, the DBX features a bridged center console, which offers storage space below for larger items such as a handbag. This feature keeps valuables close to hand while not occupying the passenger seat and away from the car’s floor mats.