2023 Aston Martin DBX 707 Is More Than Just a Pretty Face The 707 treatment brings a heady 3.1-second 60-mph time to Aston Martin’s fetching DBX SUV.
Sports-car companies creating SUVs is phenomenon enthusiasts have watched with varying degrees of horror, excitement, and acceptance ever since the Porsche Cayenne debuted. With its DBX, Aston Martin arguably—and, well, surprisingly—has been the most successful in transferring the design language of its sports cars onto an SUV shape. The brand, however, has also come to realize that the waning days of internal combustion are no time to hold back when it comes to horsepower. So, whereas the standard DBX develops 542 horsepower from its AMG-supplied twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8, the new DBX 707 model produces 697 horsepower—or 707 PS in the more flattering European measure.