• Aston Martin’s first SUV is booked into 2021 

  • 7-seat variant and DBX coupé touted to be new additions to line

  • DBX’s 4.0-litre V8 is slated to be replaced by in-house V6 hybrid in the future

Aston Martin has confirmed that it plans to add more “derivatives” of its new DBX SUV in 2021, thanks to a healthy book of orders for the standard car. The announcement was made as part of the firm’s first-quarter financial report, in which new executive chairman Lawrence Stroll said the Porsche Cayenne rival’s launch plan remains on track despite shutdowns caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Stroll said: “With St Athan (plant) reopened safely last week, I’m extremely pleased that the DBX remains on track for deliveries in the summer and has a strong order book behind it extending into 2021.

“Based on these successful initial orders for the…

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