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Aston Martin DBX: No Electrifying Start To Look Forward To

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Astin Martin is working on a crossover of their own. Called the Aston MArtin DBX, the new crossover will be going into production in 2019 but don’t get too excited.

When Aston Martin announces the DBX, they also showed us a concept of the car. The concept came as an electric vehicle so we all assume that the vehicle was going to come is as an electric model but according to Aston Martin, the vehicle will also be getting a gasoline and hybrid engine as well.

In fact, new reports are now saying that the vehicle will arrive as a standard fuel drinking model first. The hybrid and Ev model will not be arriving at the same time. We don’t know how long the consumers will have to wait to see the electric versions.

The standard DBX model will most likely come with a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine from AMG. That engine will have an output of 503hp and 513lb ft of torque.