The Aston Martin DBX 707 Is a 700-hp Supercar SUV



! The Aston Martin is a really special SUV– enormous horse power and enormous fun. The is tremendously desirable, and today I'm going to examine the and show you all the peculiarities and functions. I'm also going to drive the 707 and reveal you what it resembles behind the wheel of this muscular SUV.


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  1. 0:00 THIIIS button (repeat for better experience)
    2:07 engine (quirk, hood latch)
    4:49 exhaust
    7:47 interior
    8:54 drive modes
    10:22 infotainment
    13:05 closing tailgate
    14:27 *DAS BOOT*
    16:40 cool key fob
    17:00 TEST DRIVE!!
    17:15 *DOUG FACE HO HO HO* (not Santa pun)
    22:34 Doug score

    1. adding the process to skip someone’s content, who gets paid on people not skipping content, without any permission or wish of the content creator for you to add to their work is lame.

    1. Plus he always places the camera and mic too close to the exhaust so the mic is overpowered. You get a lot more representable sound 10 yards further back.

  2. The part where Doug said _IT’S QURKIN’ TIME!_ ๐Ÿ˜› literally gave me chills.
    Truly breathtaking writing

    1. @Spinacino 420 LoL! As a fellow musician…I can say the 707 drum machine is about the size of the 1:24 scale model of the Aston Martin DBX.

    2. @thanosian the mad titanic itโ€™s really not that difficult to understand why they exist, and multiple people have tried to explain this to you. Just seems to me that youโ€™re being needlessly obtuse. If you donโ€™t like sporty SUVs fine, but they have their place in the market and the good offerings in the segment absolutely make sense to purchase rather than the equivalent sports car, if youโ€™re looking for something with a lot of power, and solid (not perfect, but significantly better than a regular SUV) driving dynamics, that can also haul cargo and people around. Quit touting your personal opinion as a fact.

    3. @Pierce Lawless well.. You’re obviously right on this one. But.. Remember the time when there used to be something called.. Hmm.
      Oh, what was it called..
      Ah, yes, Passion!
      Remember that?
      Today, internet is filled with useless cars (DBX is an example, Purosangue is another..) and people think they want them! Seriously ๐Ÿ˜‚

    4. @HidingAllAway what I mean is SUV these days serve no purpose because people never buy it for the space. It’s Huge, heavy and expensive. And its a big problem to smaller vehicle in a accident. Sports car have it’s own market for people who collect cars and wanna drive fast. There is no demand for these kind of SUV.

  3. I am very sure that the shirt Doug is wearing is absolutely what Aston Martin was expecting when journalists drive their cars ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿฅ”

    1. I think he always has a buddy up the road keeping an eye out for the fuzz and notifies him when it’s all clear.

  4. Coolest Quirk of the video are those slick license “plates” that Aston Newport seems to have. Looks like an E-Ink screen they can program with the temp registration, or have it in a display mode. Seen these in grocery stores for quickly adjusting prices, but never seen one on a car. Reminds me of the old “rotate a plate” James Bond gadget in the DB5 ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Funny. Because I’ve never seen those. I wrote a comment about them asking if those are really digital license plates? I noticed he didn’t point them out.

  5. Gotta love how Doug highlights that the DBX 707 is almost a bargain compared to the Urus Performante – yet their value score at the end is identical ๐Ÿ˜‚ Classic Doug, never change

    1. @MrArcticPOWER These super SUV’s are purchased with the implicit intent of impressing one’s peers. They are merely decent as track cars and their on-road practicality is compromised. If your game is wooing members of a social pecking order this machine could propel you sufficiently beyond pretty much any car you could (ever) buy at the local Chrysler dealer.

    2. @Benjamin Houghton But it’s also segmented to compare direct rivals, instead of having all cars featured on the same list. At least to my understanding Doug has tried to split up his list – as what you describe formerly is true, but in the past year or so he has always segmented cars into their own categories they compete within.

    3. @Benjamin Houghton I’m not saying that either is better than the other, just pointing out how his value score is flawed. It’s like comparing a 5$ Walmart t-shirt to a 200$ Gucci t-shirt. Sure the Gucci has better quality and is made for different people, but you can’t tell me that it brings the same value.

    4. In the car world values become distorted in the high six-figure range because most products above that point are extremely specialized and accessible by only the lucky few. Below that point the values become more representative of general purpose and conventional taste. There is very little analog in the fashion world, where trends rise and fall by the hour and superficiality reigns supreme.

  6. Iโ€™m in UK driving a RHD. The hood latch is also on the passenger side. So it appears to be a conscious decision to always put it in the passenger footwell.

    1. It’s a tradition going back to the old GT days where the passenger always acts as a mechanic. “Hey Jeeves, the engine is boiling, go open the bonnet and check on it, will ya?”

    2. @Pex_the_Unalive Drunk Nope, it’s a British tradition to lazily leave the hood latch on their “correct” side even if the car itself is LHD. ๐Ÿ˜€

  7. That is hands down one of the most beautiful bodied SUVs I’ve ever seen. If only I had an extra $250K to spend…

  8. It definitely is more special than a Urus. Here in LA I see at least one Urus on that road almost every day (and I see two or more in a day way more often than many would think). I’ve seen so many Uruses on the road, when I see one now I almost treat it like any other regular luxury SUV.

    However, I’ve only seen one Aston Martin DBX so far. If I were to get a high performance SUV, it’d most likely be the DBX 707.

  9. I guess we can act like we didnโ€™t see that door didnโ€™t stay in its position like he said. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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