It’s like they took the DB9, and stretched it till it was big enough; at least that’s what it looks like from the front. The unmistakable catfish grille staring into your face, bigger than ever, ready to swallow anything whole. It has the confidence of an SUV, the exhilaration of sports cars, and the indulgence of an Aston Martin,” says Andy Tsai, the Aston Martin brand specialist at Dilawri. Powered by a 4.0litre turbocharged V8 straight out of Mercedes AMG, the DBX produces up to 542horsepowers that can propel the car to 60mph from a standstill in about 4.3seconds. Yet another car in the list of fast, big, 4 doors. But Aston Martin hasn’t always been about the numbers, as much as the wow factor that is explicitly exclusive to an Aston Martin.