10 August 2020

The 2021 Aston Martin DBX could hardly be newer: it's a new car, competing in a new market segment, built on a new platform, in a new factory. 

It's the first Aston SUV, it's a 4x4 and it seats five people. It has a large boot, a tall ride height and can tow 2700kg.

It's also still meant to be an Aston Martin. So it has a 0-60mph time of 4.3sec and a top speed of 181mph. Because it's designed to compete with the Bentley Bentayga, Lamborghini Urus, Range Rover and Porsche Cayenne, it costs £158,000 in the UK.

Join us as we try this new 4x4 in three places: a track test, an off-road test, and a road test, because, of course, that's where the car will spend most of its time. 

Just how good is it? And how will it stack up against its competitors?

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Bodix 24 September 2020

Wake up moderators

Now we have 3 '"get rich quick " adverts .When will you edit  them out?

  They are on the how to offroad video too. We are car enthusiasts,not yank scammers thank you!

Laird - The Aut... 24 September 2020


0-60 in 4.3 seconds - the Lamborghini will be well on the way to 100 at that point!


Lapps 17 September 2020

Strange but true

During the review there were about 10 references or comparisons to competitive cars. Every single instance  was of a VAG Model! Is this just a strange coincidence or just force of habit for any Autocar Staffer?