The 2022 Aston Martin DBX, the United kingdom brand’s initially SUV, may eventually be getting some new motor possibilities. Since the DBX was introduced in 2020, Aston has only made available the US with a one motor option, a 4.-liter twin-turbo V8 sourced from Mercedes-AMG. It creates 542 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque, which is potent but not class-primary.
Past month, spy shots from the Nurburgring confirmed Aston was functioning a new hybrid drivetrain for the DBX. It really is at the moment unclear which motor the DBX hybrid would use. Aston could downsize the AMG’s 3.-liter turbocharged gentle-hybrid inline-6, or perhaps adopt the 843 hp plug-in hybrid drivetrain from the new GT 63 S E Performance. Based mostly on new spy shots from the Eco-friendly Hell, there could be a 3rd possibility for a more potent DBX variant.