SHAPED FOR ADVENTURE
First seen on a DB2 prototype in 1949, the Aston Martin grille provides a distinctive and evocative face for DBX. Integral to its design, it dictates the muscular curvature of the bonnet and the way it clothes the mighty powertrain.
The shape of DBX carefully controls airflow, keeping the car aerodynamically stable, quiet and cool. Side vents remove air from the front wheel arch to reduce drag, while the rear roof wing splits the airflow, providing aerodynamic downforce and driving air through the wing and onto the rear screen to maintain a clear rear window.