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Aston Martin won't rule out basing the DBX crossover on a Mercedes platform, but would reportedly rather adapt the new sports car platform it's currently developing for its next-generation luxury GTs.

Aston Martin has just obtained over $300 million for production of a DBX Concept-based crossover, courtesy of a stock issuance to its key investors.

A new plant in the southern United States is among the possibilities Aston Martin is considering for producing the DBX crossover concept.

Aston Martin's new CEO outlines a new strategy that will see the DBX crossover and a new Lagonda sedan reach showrooms, but at the cost of the Rapide four-door coupe.

CEO Andy Palmer Says To Look For It In 2-3 Years

Aston Martin's new CEO Andy Palmer tells the Wall Street Journal that the company is closely examining the prospect of an electric version of its Rapide sedan in partnership from an undisclosed Silicon Valley outfit.

This is like no Aston Martin you've seen before. It's an all-wheel-drive coupe, and it uses a fully electric powertrain. It's called the DBX, and it makes its debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

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