Only 20 examples will be made.
Just a few days ago, Aston Martin's Q division announced the Aston Martin DBX SUV will be available with a wide range of exclusive customization. At the 2020 Geneva Motor Show next month, the automaker will showcase these options with a bespoke DBX finished in Satin Xenon Grey, bespoke 22-inch gloss black wheels, a carbon fiber lower exterior pack and black anodized tread and sill plaques.
Inevitably, this won't be the only way you can customize the DBX, as aftermarket tuners will also offer alternative takes on the high-performance SUV. German tuner Lumma Design, for example, has presented its new package dubbed the 'Lumma CLR AM' that gives the Aston Martin DBX a makeover to stand out from the rest.
At the front, the tuner has added a new front spoiler, hood air intakes, and a redesigned front grille, which are all finished in visible carbon fiber. New side skirts and wheel arch extensions also give the DBX a more aggressive appearance than the standard model. Custom forged alloy wheels with a central lock complete the exterior enhancements.
At the rear, the customer DBX has been fitted with a redesigned diffuser, a new rear lip spoiler, and a new roof spoiler. Inside, the carbon treatment continues with carbon interior trim, an "ergonomically optimized steering wheel with carbon inserts", and carbon pedal pads.
Under the hood, the Aston Martin DBX's 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 has been left stock, meaning it produces 542 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque. In stock form, this setup allows the Aston Martin DBX to accelerate from 062 mph in 4.5 seconds and onto a top speed of 181 mph. power is sent to all four wheels through a nine-speed automatic transmission.
Lumma Design only plans to make 20 examples of the CLR AM, which will be available in Q4, 2020. Pricing hasn't been announced, but it certainly won't be cheap since the standard Aston Martin DBX starts at $189,000.