Aston Martin DBX, the Luxury brand’s first SUV, gets a bespoke treatment for the Geneva Motor Show starting 4 March.
Curated by the folks at Q by Aston Martin, the DBX SUV gets top-notch upgrades inside and out. Making the DBX bolder and more imposing than ever, Q by Aston Martin has created tailored options for customizations. They added 22” gloss black painted wheels to complement the car’s bold exterior. There’s a Satin Xenon Grey paint, a carbon fiber lower exterior pack and black anodized tread and sill plaques, to add exclusivity to the DBX.
Inside, a bespoke diamond patterned satin chrome aluminium jewellery pack machined from solid sits amongst swathes of Obsidian Black leather. Carbon fiber machined from solid to create a technical finish clads the central console and door inserts, while a single piece of herringbone carbon fiber is fitted on the floor of the car’s storage area. Perhaps the most eye-catching feature within the DBX’s cabin is a unique carbon fiber finish used for the car’s floating center console and door trims. Final touches to the interior is the central piece, machined from a solid block consisting of 280 individual layers of carbon fiber.
The DBX ‘Q by Aston Martin – Collection’ is just the first example by the brand’s design division. Aston Martin plans to offer a wide and broad variety of creations over the coming months.