First unveiled last November, the Aston Martin DBX is now available in a darker, sexier new look thanks to the Q by Aston Martin in-house bespoke design service. The SUV debuts on March 4 and will be on display at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show from March 5 to 15. It features design touches from two categories: Commission and Collection.
The Commission category allows owners to “create tailored options for their personal specification” which are then complemented by a series of bespoke upgrades like 22-inch gloss black wheels and an interior covered in Obsidian Black leather and a specially designed carbon fibre trim.
For those with even more exclusive tastes, the Collection category upgrades give the DBX an even more luxe character thanks to the addition of design elements developed by Aston Martin‘s in-house design team themselves. On the outside, these models have been finished with a “Satin Xenon Grey paint,” black tread and sill plaques and a carbon fibre lower-body exterior pack.
More details about the souped up Aston Martin DBX here.