After making its world debut last February, the Aston Martin DBX707 has finally gone into production, with the first customer car built at the brand;s St Athan factory in Wales.
The most powerful version of the already potent DBX Super SUV boasts of an upgraded version of the Mercedes-AMG twin turbo V8 that puts out 707 bhp. This allows the DBX707 to hit 100km/h from a standstill in just 3.1 seconds.
More than just its uprated horsepower, the DBX707 gets a few tweaks to make it more special. It receives goodies like a new 9-speed wet clutch gearbox, a new rear e-diff with a 3:27 final drive ratio for improved acceleration, a tweaked all-wheel drive system that improves cornering abilities, and new carbon ceramic brakes with six piston calipers that measure 16.5-inches up front and 15.4-inches at the rear.
The Aston Martin DBX and DBX707 are the first production vehicles to be produced at the Welsh plant for over 50 years.
With the start of production, expect to see more Aston Martin DBX707s on the road real soon.