Aston Martin's new DBX SUV is moving closer to its reveal, with the latest batch of Nürburgring spyshots showing the interior for the first time.
A spy photographer managed to sneak up to a DBX prototype and snap the cabin through the passenger window. Although the interior is clearly unfinished, it shows that a mixture of Mercedes-sourced switchgear and technology will combine with elements of bespoke Aston trim.
First orders for the high-riding Aston were reportedly taken at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance and it made its UK public dynamic debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July. A video released on Twitter by Aston CEO Andy Palmer gives a very quick glimpse of the car's front end without any camouflage.
Aston started building pre-production versions of the new model at its new St Athan plant earlier this year, ahead of it going on sale in the first half of 2020. The company said it remains on track to begin series production at St Athan in the second quarter of 2020, which suggests first customer deliveries will follow in the second half of next year.
The new 90-acre factory in Wales, built on a former Ministry of Defence site, has been under development since 2016 and will be the sole production facility for the DBX. The electric models of the revived Lagonda brand will also be built there.
Ahead of the machine’s official launch later this year, Aston Martin previously issued images of the DBX sporting a camouflage livery reflecting its new Welsh home. The machine is currently undergoing final testing using pre-production versions.