The Aston DBX and mass‑produced cars are worlds apart – the DBX is a concept car which, according to the director of Aston Martin, Andy Palmer, hints at the future of the Astons, both sporty and sedan models.


The interior is clad in prestigious materials, as befits such a brand. But the technology is more interesting. The DBX does not have a classic drive, since the engineers decided to install small electric motors in each individual wheel, which made the car more spacious. This solution provided the car with four‑wheel drive, and the opportunity for direct torque guidance. Its lithium‑sulphur battery is also state‑of‑the‑art. There are displays in front of the driver and the passenger, and the windows are smart, helping with the heating and cooling of the car.

May 12, 2015 Driving

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