The DBX has been the best-selling product for Aston Martin being a lucrative performance SUV but ever since its launch, its interior lacked the modern technology that its competitors had. That said, with the new DB12 sporting its overhauled interior, the same has now been doled out for the DBX 707. There is not a standard DBX anymore which is fine by us as the 707 is the one which brought out the supercar personality that was slightly tapered down in the standard DBX. While it looks more raucous and aggressive with the 707 styling, the interior is all new and looks modern as well. There is a new touchscreen infotainment system along with a new user interface plus a new design too with none of the complexities of the older DBX models.

Aston Martin DBX 707

The new touchscreen infotainment system has been developed in-house by Aston Martin and is a slick touchscreen too. Elsewhere, the steering wheel looks new along with a slimmer touchscreen with less clutter which plagued the earlier model. The redesigned steering wheel is more ergonomic and compact while Aston Martin has maintained some physical buttons for crucial functions. More changes include redesigned D-pull door release handles and vertical air vents, both of which are now matched to bright chrome or dark chrome interior jewelry pieces. Look closer and you will see that the front door veneer panels are larger and available in a variety of new materials, including gloss smoked oak, gloss titanium mesh and updated ziricote wood, piano black, and carbon fiber veneers.

Aston Martin DBX 707

Marco Mattiacci, Global Chief Brand and Commercial Officer of Aston Martin said of the new DBX707: “With its best-in-class performance and dynamics, world-class design, and the highest levels of luxury, the DBX707 immediately established a new ultra-luxury SUV benchmark. Now upgraded with state-of-the-art technology and a completely new interior the DBX707 moves the game on once more, further elevating the standard by which all competitors are judged”.

Aston Martin DBX 707

The multi-screen system features wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto plus multiple USB-C connections and full online connectivity with the Aston Martin customer app.

The digital driver’s display is also all-new being a 12.3-inch screen – 1.5 inch larger than those found in the DB12 and Vantage.

Aston has also tweaked the exterior and added more customization with added paint shades like Epsilon Black, Helios Yellow, Sprint Green, Malachite Green, and Aura Green – plus the addition of Podium Green. There are new wheels too including a Satin Black on the 23inch Fortis wheel and Copper Bronze on the 23inch Forged wheel. Other visible changes include new ‘presenting’ door handles and new flush glass swivel-head door mirrors. The equipment list now has an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS).

The DBX 707 continues with its angry and loud 707PS/900Nm 4.0-litre V8 engine which has been mated to a 9-speed wet clutch gearbox and Carbon Ceramic Brakes. Deliveries will start later this year but this DBX now has the right arsenal to take on the immensely popular super SUV segment.