Aston Martin launches the DBX 707, the most powerful SUV in the world that will be able to reach 310 kilometers per hour and will cost more than 200,000 euros.

Aston Martin launches the DBX 707, the most powerful SUV in the world that will be able to reach 310 kilometers per hour and will cost more than 200,000 euros.


3.3 seconds. This is the time it takes for Aston Martin’s new SUV to go from 0 to 100 km/h. Shortly after announcing its arrival in electrics and hybrids, the English luxury brand released the DBX 707, its new SUV that has already been presented as the most powerful in the world. The car is a more muscular version of the original DBX, released in 2020 and already quite powerful with 550 twin-turbo V8 equipment. Two years later, here it has been improved again: 900 Nm of torque and 707 horsepower under the hood that will give it its name: DBX 707.

The podium of the most powerful SUVs is currently occupied by the Porsche Cayenne GT with a top speed of 300 km/h, the Lamborghini Urus with 305 km/h and the Bentley Bentayga Speed ​​​​with 306 km/h. The DBX 707 should place itself directly ahead of all its competitors thanks to a claimed top speed of 310 km/h and therefore an impressive start from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.3 seconds. This despite his weight of 2,245 kg. In comparison, the DBX model modified by the German tuner Mansory wanted to be sporty and the aerodynamic frames reinforced with carbon fins of course boasted 800 horsepower, but it only went from 0 to 100km / h in 4.5 seconds.

Aston Martin claims a combined figure of 14.2 litres/100km and new carbon-ceramic brakes fitted with 420 mm discs at the front and 390 mm at the rear. This DBX also benefits from a more sporty design with its widened grille, four exhaust tips, 22-inch rims and a new diffuser. New buttons have been integrated to improve driving mode changes, an option accessed from the touch screen. As for the style, the differences remain subtle compared to the first DBX.