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Aston Martin DBX707 review

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Andrew Frankel | Ti co-founder


25 July 2022

It seems a ridiculous thing to say about a 700 horsepower, two and a bit tonne SUV, but the overwhelming sense I had after driving this Aston Martin DBX707 (there’s no space between the letters and numbers at Boeing’s command) was what a thoughtfully executed car it was.

Yes, thoughtful. It is the most powerful SUV on sale in the UK and none is faster to 62mph. It has a top speed of 193mph which, knowing how conservative manufacturers have to be with such claims, means there are almost certainly conditions in which it would do 200mph. A 200mph SUV. The ultimate blunt instrument you might think.

Me too, until I drove it. It certainly looks brutal, the new front grille trading pulchritude for purpose in its mission to blow 30 per cent more air into the engine bay. New sills and a big rear wing visually lower the car, while the rims are 22in as standard, with a 23in option.

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