Did you ever wonder what would look like a rendered Aston Martin DBX? Yes, we all know they are doing the best of everything, but still, let's take a look at Jiaqi Han's point of view towards this magnificent model. Despite not having the endorsement of the British sports car brand, this design project envisions how depth can flow a designer's imagination.
The Chinese exterior designer Jiaqi Han is the result that dates back to the times when he was just a student at the ArtCenter College of Design in California. Nowadays, he is lives in Los Angeles pursuing his biggest dream - to become a car designer, and by looking at this rendering, it's obvious, that he could see his dream come true very soon.
Starting this project, Han wanted to offer another view at the DBX with more opportunities for design and layout. With the same smooth profile, a cab-backward stance, and a sloping roofline. He succeeded in connecting the stance of DBX stance with the roofline from the Vantage roofline.
Most of his work was done to the doors that become an intriguing element of the rendered Aston Martin. Han did a great visual trick - he made an exterior that mostly appears to have four doors, that when opened, reveal access to only two storage areas. The innovative designer's mind created a repackaging solution that harnesses the freed-up space with the electric motors and his signature long bonnet. According to Han, the luggage in the dash-to-axle is the key design feature of this vehicle, allowing the window graphic to extended into the luggage compartment, showcasing this unique function.
This rendered EV project would be a beautiful choice if Aston Martin would consider it for its plans to switch towards all-electric vehicles by 2025. so far, the DBX is registering at least 90 units sold every month in the US only. This one is the Aston Martin brand's saving model, in the vein of how the original Cayenne is viewed to Porsche. Other designer's stunning renders can be found on Behance.