Production of the model will begin in the summer, and from July six cars a month will be delivered to the country. Thus, for some customers, the expectation of an already-ordered car can last until winter. In a conversation with Motor, Avilon Aura’s senior director Oleg Shamba said that by the end of 2020 it is planned to sell from 30 to 50 copies of the DBX.
The excitement around this model is caused not only by the popularity of crossovers in the Russian market, but also by the fact that Aston Martin for the first time in its history released a model in this segment. According to Shamba, so far no brand has offered a car with the wide individualization options that are provided for DBX.
On Thursday, January 30, Avilon showed reporters a prototype crossover – the dealer emphasized that this is not even a pre-production copy. Pre-production assembly will be launched only in March, and “commodity” DBX will appear in June.