Can you tell what's new? If you said the lower section of the front bumper, then you're right. The same applies to the bumper inserts on each side of the OEM grille and the attachments below the doors. The new diffuser contributes to the revised stance of the British marque's sporty crossover, and so do the Anrky black concave wheels that feature a Y-spoke design.
The entire exterior of this Aston Martin DBX has a white paint finish, and for the add-ons, they chose a naked carbon look to emphasize the lightweight material that they were made of. The suspension was also retuned, hence the lower ground clearance, and we cannot say if they simply gave it shorter springs or if the vehicle has an adjustable air unit. For a more vibrant presence, the chrome trim was blacked-out all around, so there are no more shiny accents, as far as we can tell. The privacy windows all around and the occasional Mansory logo complete the aftermarket makeover.
Since we cannot see the interior, we will assume it hasn't been touched. And it certainly doesn't need new upholstery and trim, as it is very luxurious straight from the factory, with multiple shades available for the leather and suede. Mind you, that doesn't entirely rule out a set of upgrades, as we doubt Mansory hasn't left its touch on certain components. If you're aware of more images of this project, then feel free to share them with us, and don't forget to mention the power, too, as it may or may not have received some extra oomph meant to make it even quicker off the line.
If you want a fast DBX, then the 707 is the one to go for. It features many upgrades over the normal DBX and packs the Mercedes-AMG-sourced bi-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine. It produces 697 hp (606 ps/520 kW) and 664 lb-ft (900 Nm) of torque. Aston quotes 3.1 seconds from 0 to 60 mph (0-97 kph) and a 193 mph (310 kph) top speed, so it doesn't only look fast, but it also drives like stink. For the 2024 model year, you're looking at a starting price of almost $240,000 stateside for the DBX 707.