Luxury meets power in 2025 Aston Martin DBX707 with sophisticated style.

Elevating the Interior Experience for Ultimate British Super SUV Customers

Although Aston Martin’s DBX series has been known for its attractive design and impressive driving performance (the Aston Martin DBX707 was selected to be the fastest F1 medical car ever for a specific reason), it has struggled with outdated infotainment technology inherited from Mercedes that lacks touchscreen functionality. Given that the user interface is a crucial aspect that drivers and passengers engage with each time they enter the vehicle, this has presented a significant issue. However, this is no longer the case.

The Aston Martin DBX707 SUV is set to undergo a complete interior redesign, including a cutting-edge infotainment system that moves away from the outdated touchpad/rotary controller previously used by Mercedes-Benz and eliminated from Aston’s sports cars last year. Various technical enhancements are also in store, all geared towards elevating the luxury experience of this $242,000 powerhouse SUV.

In the 2023 Aston Martin DBX707, there used to be an excessive amount of Mercedes influence that may not have appealed to buyers. However, this has been rectified with the introduction of Aston Martin’s own “state-of-the-art in-house developed infotainment system.” The DBX707 now features Pure Black touchscreens that are completely capacitive, allowing for single and multi-finger gesture control. Additionally, it is equipped with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as seamless online connectivity through the Aston Martin customer app.

In 2024, the screens (yes, “screens” plural, it’s 2024 and this is a quarter-million-dollar car) remain a key feature. The 12.3″ instrument cluster screen is 1.5″ larger than the DB12 and Vantage screens, accompanied by a 10.25″ central screen. Aston Martin, however, maintains some old-school elements, unlike a Tesla Model S Plaid where buttons are nearly nonexistent. The DBX707 retains physical switches for various functions such as drive modes, gear selection, climate controls, suspension, ESP, exhaust, and park distance control.

What about audio quality? The typical setup includes an Aston Martin Premium Audio 800w 14-speaker system with QuantumLogic surround sound. But if that’s not enough, Aston Martin offers an optional 23-speaker Bowers & Wilkins system featuring aluminium (spelled correctly; British style) Double Dome tweeters and Continuum midrange speakers capable of delivering a whopping 1,600 watts, equivalent to 16 Hendrix or Van Halen Marshall amp stacks.

In addition to an old-fashioned user experience, the Aston Martin DBX707 stands out as one of the top luxury performance SUVs, with its already impressive interior. Naturally, Aston Martin decided to enhance it further. There are various material options available for the front door panels that truly deserve individual bullet points.

The design of the steering wheel, door release handles, and air vents has been updated. Additionally, there are now three different trim levels available for selection.

If these choices seem too ordinary for you, there is always the option to customize the inside of your DBX707 with Aston Martin’s specialized service known as “Q by Aston Martin.” When you have such a strong connection to the James Bond series, why not embrace it fully?

The latest DBX707 features “presenting” door handles, remaining flush until the car is unlocked. Additionally, the side mirrors have been redesigned as a single piece, enabling larger mirrors while reducing their overall size. This modification enhances the functionality of the 3D parking camera system. Moreover, the mirrors play a role in the upgraded Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), catering to individuals seeking a 700 hp Aston Martin that offers semi-autonomous driving capabilities.

Aston Martin has introduced two additional finish options for the wheels: Satin Black for the 23″ Fortis wheels and Copper Bronze for the 23″ Forged Wheels. According to Aston, Satin Black and Satin Black Diamond Turned finishes are available as options for certain wheels. The 22″ Sport wheels remain unchanged, as Aston questions who would opt for the “small” wheels on their DBX707. No updates have been made for these wheels. Additionally, there are new exterior colors… or rather, “colours.”

Say goodbye to the basic DBX model, as it has been replaced by the DBX707. Although the engine is essentially Mercedes-AMG’s M177 V8, and the transmission is also sourced from Mercedes-AMG, specifically the MCT 9G-Tronic 9-speed automatic, your senses won’t be concerned with the origins of the powertrain when you can accelerate to 60 mph in just 3.1 seconds and achieve a top speed of 193 mph. And if that’s not wild enough for you, there is always the option to invest more money into Mansory’s 800-HP Aston Martin DBX super SUV.

The Aston team has made some significant upgrades to the DBX SUV, including carbon ceramic 16.5″ front and 15.4″ rear brakes to scrub off alarming speeds. They have also enhanced the suspension by improving electronic damper and air spring calibration for better body control and precision.

The average income in the United States is $59,384. With the current DBX707 starting at nearly $250,000, probably never. Aston Martin’s customers overwhelmingly choose Racing Green likely because it’s the same color as money. But, assuming you do have an income that could best be measured in “small country GDP,” Aston Martin would like you to know that “production of the new DBX707 is due to commence in Q2 of 2024, with first deliveries scheduled to begin in Q3.”

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