Aston Martin’s 1st SUV Gets The Carbon Fiber Bespoke Luxury Treatment

Feb 25, 2020

Category: Rides

Aston Marting, the renowned British automaker, made a big splash in the car world recently with the announcement of their very first SUV. However, the new addition to their lineup just got even sweeter thanks to a bespoke makeover at the hands of Q by Aston Martin.

Created for this year’s Geneva Motor Show, this brand-spanking-new take on the 2020 DBX is an even more exclusive and opulent edition of the already-spectacular SUV. Its long list of upgrades includes a Satin Xenon Grey paint job, carbon fiber trim around the lower exterior, black-anodized tread and sill plaques, and more. Plus, inside, you’ll find more carbon fiber touches on the door trims and floating center console — which is comprised of a single machined piece crafted from 280 individual layers of carbon fiber, all individually laid by hand, and requires over 100 hours of work to be completed. This one-off opulent SUV likely won’t be up for sale itself, but it does illustrate some of the exceptional and exclusive styling options offered by Q by Aston Martin.

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