At the heart of the 2021 DBX is its engine, its powered by a 4L twin turbo V8 mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission that produces 542 horsepower. Aston Martin claims the DBX can go from 0-60 MPH in 4.5 seconds and has a top speed of 181 MPH. The DBX has double wishbone front suspension combined with a multi-link rear axle, as well as electronic adaptive damping for every wheel. DBX is the first Aston Martin to use all round air suspension ensuring both outstanding ride comfort and dynamic control. The system allows the ride height to change by up to 95mm from lowest to highest setting; raised to negotiate difficult terrain or lowered to provide easy access and loading. For 2021 there is only one well loaded trim featuring 22-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights and daytime running lights, a panoramic sunroof, dual-zone climate control with separate rear controls, keyless start/stop, heated leather power front seats with memory, Bluetooth, satellite radio, an upgraded sound system with 14-speakers and a 10.25-inch LCD screen to house the navigation system. The DBX is loaded with standard safety equipment including front and rear parking sensors, an active lane departure system, blind spot warning, front and rear collision warning and a traffic sign information system. Optional features include several different seat material, seatbelt and inlay choices as well as multiple colors for the brake calipers. An Auto Park Assist system is available as well as a power tailgate with gesture control, rear acoustic privacy glass and 16-way electric front bucket seats with memory.