Aston Martin is putting plenty of firepower into its first SUV.
The DBX, set to debut in December, is powered by a 542 hp twin-turbocharged V8 that promises race track performance coupled with off-road capability and a long list of accessories to accommodate a variety of recreational activities.
One of them is a gun cabinet, which can be paired with a custom shooting stick. Images of the option have not been released, but competitor Land Rover has previously offered a special edition Range Rover equipped with a Holland & Holland box.
For animal lovers, the DBX can also be had with a Dog pack that includes a partition, a bed, a bumper guard to protect it from scratches and a portable dog washer, while a leather-upholstered child seat is available.
There’s also a Snow pack that comes with a ski rack, ski bag and boot warmer, and an Event pack with chairs, a picnic basket, hamper and umbrella storage – it is a British automaker, after all.
Aston Martin promises the DBX will be able to corner and brake like its sports cars and hit a top speed in excess of 180 mph. Prices have not been announced, but are expected to start in the neighborhood of $200,000.