2015 Geneva Motor Show: Aston Martin DBX Concept Image Gallery - Overdrive

2015 Geneva Motor Show: Aston Martin DBX Concept image gallery

09 Mar 2015 / 0

The Aston Martin DBX Concept is a rugged, coupé crossover iteration of Aston Martin’s DB range of GT cars. Though not as SUV-ish as the Lagonda concept from 2009, the DBX envisions a grand tourer that is luxurious and sporty, yet practical and easy to drive in urban and extra-urban environments.

Imagined by Chief Creative Officer Marek Reichman and his team at the brand’s global headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire, the all-electric DBX Concept showcases not only cutting edge engineering but also a major evolution of the British brand’s world-renowned and highly-regarded design language.

The all-electric DBX Concept showcases the evolved design language of Aston Martin


Clearly signalling an extension to the brand’s existing model lines in the future, the all-wheel drive DBX Concept seamlessly combines traditional Aston Martin beauty with elegant new engineering that gracefully aligns form and function.

The DBX Concept is said to be an indication of the extension of the brand’s existing model lines in the future


The concept’s exterior bright work emphasises the brand’s approach to the use of authentic materials, and is made up of machined billet aluminium with visible milling lines in a piece of exquisite craftsmanship intended to be seen as the car’s jewellery.

The DBX Concept’s exterior is made up of machined billet aluminium with visible milling lines


Opulence and cutting edge style go hand-in-hand in the DBX Concept thanks to a unique fusion of high luxury and advanced technology


Inside, the deliberate use of non-automotive standard materials generates a uniquely soft, cocooning ambience.

The interior of the Aston Martin DBX Concept gets non-automotive standard materials


The DBX Concept’s unique paint finish – Black Pearl Chromium – has been specially created to mimic the look of a genuine black pearl, and comprises a micro-fine layer of chrome to deliver a level of reflectivity that cannot be obtained through normal paint finishes.

The paint finish, named Black Pearl Chromium has been designed to capture the appearance of a genuine black pearl




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