Aston Martin have been showing off their latest ideas for luxury GT travel at the Geneva Motor Show with the Aston Martin DBX Concept.
The DBX Concept is all-wheel drive and has plenty of luggage space, with both a rear trunk and foreword load bay.
The paint job features a custom Black Pearl Chromium finish. The glass is toughened and auto-dimming with head-up displays for driver and passenger.
Inside the occupants are surrounded by Nubuck leather and cutting edge technology.
The DBX has no engine, instead small electric motors in-board on the wheels run off lithium sulphur cells.
The steering is drive-by-wire, the brakes ceramic with kinetic recovery and even the mirrors have been replaced with cameras.
The company’s CEO said of the car: “I asked my team at Aston Martin to expand their thinking beyond conventions, to explore what the future of luxury GT motoring would look like in years ahead, and the DBX Concept you see before you is the result.”
So don’t hold your breath but we kind of like concepts here at Autosaur, always something filters down and it’s fun to see what designers are thinking about.