As much as we love our classics, we all love new cars too. We especially love new cars when they come from the companies we love. Not all of the new cars that come out are available in all locations, and many of those cars are beyond the financial reach of mere mortals, but we want to know about them anyway. We want to know about them if only so we can drool and dream.
Aston Martin DBX – the British luxury marque’s first SUV – has continued its intensive development programme this week at Pirelli’s official test facility, close to the Arctic Circle in Sweden. Pirelli’s R&D Sottozero Centre at the Flurheden Proving Ground provides a range of extreme environments, from snowy roads to ice handling courses, allowing Aston Martin’s vehicle dynamics specialists – led by Aston Martin Chief Engineer, Matt Becker – to put the DBX prototype to the test.