Did the DBX save Aston Martin?

Did the DBX save Aston Martin?

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In the first half of 2021, the sales share of the DBX 4×4 SUV exceeded 50% of Aston Martin’s total sales.

The British company reported its sales results for the first half of 2021, including reporting that sales increased by 224%. The first sport utility vehicle, the DBX 4×4, has contributed to this leap.

As noted by co-owner of Aston Martin Lawrence Stroll, against the backdrop of the success of the DBX, the company has released two more new products that will provide the automaker with good growth opportunities in the future. Note that the DBX 4×4 SUV rolled off the assembly line for the first time a little over a year ago.

According to statistics, in the first half of 2021, Aston Martin DBX 4×4 sold 2,901 copies, which amounted to over 50% of the company’s total sales. This result is very important for the automaker, as it is now experiencing problems and is forced to look for new sponsors.

We also advise you to check out the detailed new Aston Martin DBX from the FineAuto team:

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