Aston Martin DBX707: Technically advanced interior to match class-leading performance

Apr 22, 2024, 00:01 AM

  • Integration of Aston Martin’s all-new infotainment system and a striking new interior design
  • Dynamics further enhanced by detail changes to chassis software calibration
  • DBX707 becomes the marques single powertrain in the ultra-luxury performance SUV portfolio
  • Class-leading hardware remains unchanged; Aston Martin developed 707PS/900Nm 4.0-litre V8 engine mated to 9-speed wet clutch gearbox and Carbon Ceramic Brakes
  • Deliveries scheduled to begin Q2 2024


22 April 2024, Gaydon: Launched in 2022, the Aston Martin DBX707’s unique blend of immense performance, exceptional dynamics, unmatched style and true luxury saw it rapidly ascend to the pinnacle of the sector, as the true Supercar of SUV’s. Such is the overwhelming popularity of the multiple award-winning DBX707 that it now becomes the marque’s single powertrain in the British ultra-luxury performance brand’s SUV portfolio.

Comprehensive upgrades to the interior are central to the new DBX707, with the adoption of Aston Martin’s state-of-the-art in-house developed infotainment system and a striking new cabin architecture. This transformative enhancement showcases exemplary deployment of craft and innovation combining immaculate design and indulgent luxury with a formidable suite of connected car technology.

Marco Mattiacci, Global Chief Brand and Commercial Officer of Aston Martin said of the new DBX707: “With its best-in-class performance and dynamics, world-class design and the highest levels of luxury, the DBX707 immediately established a new ultra-luxury SUV benchmark. Now upgraded with state-of-the-art technology and a completely new interior the DBX707 moves the game on once more, further elevating the standard by which all competitors are judged”.

In parallel to a comprehensive interior redesign, the DBX707 now receives Aston Martin’s next-generation infotainment system. This entirely bespoke, fully integrated multi-screen system features wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto plus multiple USB-C connections and full online connectivity supported by the Aston Martin customer app.

Information is displayed using best in class Pure Black touchscreen technology with full capacitive single and multi-finger gesture control. The main driver’s instrument cluster is a     12.3” screen – 1.5” larger than those found in the DB12 and Vantage - with a second 10.25” central infotainment display screen integrated into the new dashboard and centre console.

Striking a perfect balance between touchscreen commands and the positive tactility of physical switches, DBX707 features buttons for the key mechanical operations of gear selection, drive mode, heating and ventilation, continuing Aston Martin’s philosophy of creating the perfect blend between digital and analogue controls. There are also control switches for suspension, ESP and exhaust, lane keep assist and park distance control, ensuring the most used controls are always conveniently to hand.

Complementing the integration of Aston Martin’s next-generation infotainment system, DBX707 also showcases an all-new interior; the latest evolution of Aston Martin’s bold new design debuted in the DB12 and Vantage. Exuding confidence and quality, the clean, contemporary lines create a fabulous sense of space and cohesion, with a striking horizontal design line bisecting the upper and lower sections of the new dashboard.

This strong linear theme serves to reduce the overall height of the interior, with increased use of alternating chrome materials, contemporary veneers and the simplified centre console amplify the sense of quality while achieving a perfect balance of sports car feel and impressive modern luxury.

Every area of the interior has been enhanced, from the new steering wheel to redesigned D-pull door release handles and elegant vertical air vents, both of which are now matched to bright chrome or dark chrome interior jewellery. New front door veneer panels are larger and available in a variety of new materials, including gloss smoked oak, gloss titanium mesh and updated ziricote wood, piano black and carbon fibre veneers.

There are three different interior trim specifications, each with its own signature detailing; Inspire Comfort features matrix embroidery and quilting; Inspire Sport has vector embroidery and Accelerate with Alcantara® for an extra element of sportiness. Additional detailing comes in the form of micro piping and sateen embroidery. And, of course, there is extensive scope for further personalisation via Aston Martin’s bespoke service, Q by Aston Martin.

DBX707 is now fitted as standard with the Aston Martin Premium Audio 800w 14 speaker audio system. Developed utilising advanced hardware, this system features a surround sound mode with QuantumLogic® surround sound processing for a totally immersive soundscape.

However, true audiophiles will delight in the optional system developed with Aston Martin’s audio partner, Bowers & Wilkins. Acoustically engineered to the DBX707’s interior volume and shape, this exceptional system uses technologies and innovations found in Bowers & Wilkins acclaimed world-class loudspeakers. Aluminium Double Dome tweeters and Continuum® midrange speakers give this 23-speaker, double amplified 1,600W surround sound system a balanced and accurate sound. Dedicated 3D headline speakers, bass speakers and a powerful subwoofer deliver a powerful and dynamic sound experience, reflecting the characteristics of DBX707 itself.

DBX707, the latest in the core model line-up to behold the new Aston Martin Wings, also introduces a number of detail changes to the exterior. Foremost amongst these are five new paint colours; Epsilon Black, Helios Yellow, Sprint Green, Malachite Green, and Aura Green – plus the addition of Podium Green, first exclusively available on DBX707 AMR23 Edition. Furthermore, there are two new wheel finishes; Satin Black on the 23” Fortis wheel and Copper Bronze on the 23” Forged wheel. Design of the 22” Sport, 23” Fortis and 23” Forged rims remain unchanged, with Silver, Gloss Black, Textured Black, Satin Black and Satin Black Diamond Turned finishes also available on selected wheels.

Other visible changes include new ‘presenting’ door handles, which power outwards when the car is unlocked, and new flush glass swivel-head door mirrors. Driven by the adoption of a more sophisticated Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), the new mirror design features improved fully integrated cameras to support the 3D parking camera functionality.

Unlike the old design, in which the adjustable mirror moved within the fixed outer shell, the new solution sees the whole mirror and shell assembly swivel as-one to provide adjustment. In addition to providing better camera packaging the flush-fit edge-to-edge mirror design maximises the size of the reflective surface for a greater field of view.

Underpinning this extensive suite of changes is the formidable hardware package for which the DBX707 is renowned. Star of the show is the 707PS/900Nm 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 and 9-speed ‘wet clutch’ automatic gearbox. Mated to a sophisticated all-wheel drive system capable of sending up to 100% of the torque to the rear axle on demand, the DBX707 can launch from 0-60mph in 3.1 seconds and achieve a top speed of 193mph. With braking power delivered by 420mm front and 390mm rear Carbon Ceramic brakes the DBX707 sits on 22” wheels as standard, with a choice of cast or forged 23” alloy wheels available as options.

Aston Martin engineers have further honed the DBX707’s class-leading dynamics, the quest for continual improvement resulting in a new calibration for the electronic dampers and air springs. Implemented to increase transient body control, the resulting improvement in response, precision and driver confidence extends the DBX707’s dynamic superiority in its Supercar of SUV’s class.


Production of the new DBX707 is due to commence in Q2 of 2024, with first deliveries scheduled to begin in Q2.




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