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The brand new Aston Martin DBX is now available in India, making the car the auto maker’s first SUV to be a part of it’s India portfolio. The pricing for the same is set at Rs 3.82 crores (Ex-Showroom, Delhi)

The first-ever SUV from the brand is now available in India. Bookings for the SuperSport UV have opened following a preview that was recently held in New Delhi. The Aston Martin DBX aims to deliver sports car performance when desired and all-road capability when the challenge gets tougher. This didn’t make thing’s very easy for Aston Martin since, finding a perfect middle point between the two is quite tough, but, after a lot of testing and evaluation, the new model is here and out in the public.

The Aston Martin DBX is quite a large car. It measures over five metres long, two metres wide and a 1.7 metres high. The weight of 2,245 kg isn’t much of a worry, since the engine is more than capable to handle the SUV’s needs. The 4.0-litre, twin-turbo V8 engine is made for the Aston Martin DBX by Mercedes-AMG in Affalterbach. The output is a whopping 550 hp at 6,000 rpm with a peak 700 Nm of torque available between 1,900 and 4,000 rpm.

As for the transmission, a nine-speed automatic transmission powers a four-wheel-drive system with intelligent drive distribution which ensures maximum traction and control with maximum acceleration whenever one needs it.

A five-seater SUV, the Aston Martin DBX offers plush seating for four people, plus one, with a  cargo volume of 632 litres. The interior is modern and well-equipped with, a particular focus on connectivity. A 91-litre fuel tank makes for more than adequate range, meaning range anxiety is not a major issue.

The DBX can be individually configured to multiple versions and is made available by order. The base ex-showroom price is Rs 3.82 crore. That pits the car directly in the way of the  650-hp Lamborghini Urus in terms of pricing.

What are your thoughts related to the new Aston Martin DBX? Let us know in the comments below.

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