We have seen the 2020 Aston Martin DBX crossover several times in Cambodia, but now we are finally getting the real details on it. Specifically, the company announced that the twin-turbocharged AMG, powered by the AMG, will produce 542 hp and 516 pound-feet of torque with a 4.0-liter V8. This is the strongest version of the engine used in Aston, 39 more ponies than the Vantage and DB11 and 3 pounds more than the DB11 at the next turn.
Aston Martin had some more interesting, if not yet official numbers to share. The company revealed that while testing at Nurburgring, the DBX laps for eight minutes. That means it can eclipse the 7-minute, 49-second record time set by the Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 S. That Mercedes is using the same Twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 as the Aston with the same torque, But at 503 horsepower, it's down to the power. In addition to the rough & # 39; ringtone, Aston noted that the DBX can run at speeds above 180 mph, though final speed and acceleration numbers have not yet been set.
In addition to the new numbers, Aston Martin has also released a V8 audio clip. It sounds very deep, but especially especially loud. It is a smooth and polished sound too. You can see it in the video above. And find out the details when the DBX is fully revealed in December.