Aston Martin DBX gets rendered in a 5-door body style image

And it does look good indeed, ready to take on German sporty SUVs.

The Aston Martin DBX in such a body style may be the company’s answer to the BMW X6, which is now in its second generation, or to the Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, which has been recently introduced. The vehicle pictured below doesn’t exist in the real world because these are simple renderings which have been put together by Theophilus Chin.

Hopefully the British based automaker will decide to make such a variant of the vehicle once the production version will hit the market because, we have to admit, it looks simply stunning and, even if saying the words Aston Martin and SUV together don’t really go hand in hand what do you have to say about similar vehicles coming from Bentley, Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini and, let’s not forget, Porsche.

The Aston Martin DBX has been officially presented to the public, in a premiere, a few months back, during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, in a premiere. The model is getting the trademarked Aston Martin radiator grille, the Black Pearl Chromium finish on its body, rounded fog lamps, sweptback headlights and more. The cabin of the one-off vehicle is getting the four-seat layout and the Nubuck leather while under its hood, the electric motors are taking their juice from the lithium sulphur cells. Drive-by-wire electric steering is also found on it, along with the kinetic energy recovery system on the carbon ceramic brakes and so on.