While Aston Martin is busy bringing the new Virage to the Geneva Auto Show, two Polish industrial design students have been occupying themselves with their DBX Concept Study. Some may remember the DBX when its potential production was rumored back in 2007. At that time, Aston Martin had just been purchased by ProDrive and was looking into preparing new models for the future. The DBX was rumored to be a vehicle that would fight the Mercedes SLR and Bugatti Veyron, but the DBX name was never actually used. Instead, Aston Martin revealed the One-77.

However, Norbert Adamowicz and Lukasz Kadula, who are not associated with Aston Martin whatsoever, have taken it upon themselves to use the DBX name in their design study. This vehicle is a two-seater sports car that combines design elements from all of the Aston Martin models, with the One-77 as its main inspiration. The duo said nothing about the car’s powertrain, but they did confirm that their vehicle will be a mid-engined sports car.

While we do like their work, we still prefer the One-77 as the only Aston Martin supercar, even if it is limited to only 77 units and carries a huge price. It is powered by a naturally aspirated 7.3-liter V12 engine that delivers an impressive 750 hp and sprints the car to a top speed of 220 mph. If the industrial design students can top that, then we’ll consider it. But first, they’ll need to take it up with Aston Martin.


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  (399) posted on 12.28.2011

The whole concept is not really interesting. The color of the car makes it very dull. I think a problem is in the design and mixing color. It’s better to put some graphic art in this car.

  (577) posted on 12.15.2011

I’m not so impressed with the futuristic and aggressive looks of this DBX. Well, it’s really a good thing that it is only a concept study of Aston Martin. Moreover, I think I would still wait for the official detail of it.

  (399) posted on 12.12.2011

I’m not really into an aggressive vehicle that’s why I’m not so impressed with this concept study of them, but I must say that I’m still kind of interested with the other features of it, and I will surely wait for an official detail of it.

  (570) posted on 12.5.2011

This concept study of Aston Martin is really so confusing! It seems that it doesn’t have a front headlight, but I also noticed that it looks classy and noticeable on its sleek black body paint.

  (647) posted on 10.5.2011

Very futuristic and on a character car concept. Very optimized this truly a techno type of car. Interested in what I can see on its interior.

  (397) posted on 10.4.2011

I don’t know if I’m going to like this concept. Surely, it had the aggressiveness and uniqueness that I really want for my car, but I don’t know I found it over designed. Anyway, the engine is quite impressive either.

  (647) posted on 05.13.2011

Well, I should say the Aston Martin obtain crazy high speed performances are truly amazing, Yet I don’t want the interior design of the concept emphasized the color black texture that was the too heavy effect on it. 

  (444) posted on 05.6.2011

The polish industrial design of Aston Martin DBX revealed to its a very unique concept. And still having taking too long in the road of its total high speed performance.

  (325) posted on 04.28.2011

The Saturn Astra model is simple yet it creates movement that will makes you more pleasant to your taste. It drives your moves in a convenient and easy way of driving. It takes you to the right edge on the road.

  (383) posted on 03.4.2011

I really liked this concept study for the DBX. It sort of steers away from the 60’s feel of Aston Martin’s DB series, but still carries a lot of the good elements.

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