2025 Aston Martin DBX to Come Exclusively With 697 Hp, New Interface

Fancy the purchase of an Aston Martin DBX? Starting now, your only option will be the top-line DBX707.

Yep, we’re talking about the 697-horsepower version of the twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 engine, which accounts for more than 70 percent of all DBX sales worldwide. The base DBX producing 542 horsepower is no longer available.

There are more changes coming for the 2025 model year, mind you. Aston Martin has fixed one of the biggest problems with its SUV, namely the human-machine interface. Gone are the frustrating touchpad and rotary controller inherited from Mercedes-Benz. Say hello to the company’s in-house infotainment system that first debuted in the new DB12. The 10.3-inch touchscreen is also compatible with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

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A 12.3-inch digital instrument panel and 14-speaker Aston Martin stereo are included as standard, although the latter can be replaced with a 23-speaker Bowers & Wilkins audio system. A new steering wheel as well as redesigned air vents and door handles round out the interior.

On the outside, the DBX707 features a new mirror design with improved, fully integrated cameras to support the 360-degree parking camera functionality. Body colour and wheel selection has been updated, too.

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Speaking of the wheels (22 inches standard, 23 inches optional), they are attached to a revised suspension that benefits from new calibration for the electronic dampers and air springs, resulting in better handling in spirited driving. The engine and the nine-speed automatic transmission are both unchanged, so 0-100 km/h sprints are still achieved in 3.3 seconds. Top speed is 310 km/h.

The 2025 Aston Martin DBX707 can be configured and ordered now, with deliveries starting later this spring in select markets. Canadian pricing details are not immediately available.

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