First DBX In The Americas Presented At Aston Martin Residences
Aston Martin Residences held the unveiling of the first Aston Martin DBX to arrive in the Americas–shipped directly from the new Aston Martin assembly plant at St. Athan in Wales–in an intimate and highly-anticipated celebration at the sales center of the waterfront, 66-floor development in Miami created by G&G Business Developments.
The event was attended by Her Majesty’s British Consul General in Miami, Nicolette Brent, and included a live orchestral performance by members of Miami’s Frost School of Music, and cuisine by Award-winning British Chef, Justin Brown.
Buyers of the exclusive Signature condos (Line 01) at Aston Martin Residences will have the choice between a DBX Riverwalk Edition or DB11 Riverwalk Edition. The DBX is the first model to be “Made In Wales” by the British carmaker.
The DBX is the very first model to be “Made In Wales” by the iconic British automaker, and Aston Martin Residences received the first vehicle Stateside for showcasing at the coveted luxury residential development among prospective and existing homeowners.
Germán Coto, CEO of G&G Business Developments, said: “We’re delighted that the first customer DBX built for The Americas is here in Miami. This brand-new Aston Martin joins our DB11 and Rapide S sports cars, enabling purchasers of the Signature condos to test drive the DBX and the DB11 directly from our Sales Center before deciding which Aston Martin is right for them. The fleet at the Aston Martin Residences forms part of our exclusive butler service, which enhances the ownership experience by offering personal support for our valued clients and VIP guests.”
The Aston Martin Residences’ DBX makes a bold, modern statement in Jet Black with 22” sport wheels, an Obsidian Black interior, Piano Black Wood Veneer and contrast Satin Chrome detailing. The SUV starts a new chapter in the storied trajectory of Aston Martin. With versatility and comfort, the DBX is a sports car with unparalleled performance, creating a new path in the luxury SUV market.
With more than 60% of 391 homes sold to-date, construction of the sail-shaped tower is scheduled for completion in 2022.