Aston Martin DBX 2021 Owner's and Maintenance Manual

Aston Martin DBX 2021 Owner's and Maintenance Manual
Aston Martin DBX

Welcome to your new Aston Martin DBX. This Owner’s Handbook has been designed to explain the vehicle’s operation and to make the control of its systems easy to understand and operate. All new owners are recommended to read the Owner’s Handbook prior to driving. This Owner’s Handbook forms part of the essential vehicle equipment for homologation purposes and must stay with the vehicle at all times. Aston Martin DBX Owner’s Manuals,Aston Martin DBX Maintenance Manuals,Aston Martin DBX Service Manuals,Aston Martin DBX User Manuals

The following Warnings, Cautions and Notes are used within this Owner’s Guide to call your attention to specific types of information. All directions for locating components are described as viewed from the driver’s seat, i.e. the fuel filler flap shown on this diagram will be described as ‘located at the rear right side of the vehicle’. Aston Martin DBX Owner’s Manuals,Aston Martin DBX Maintenance Manuals,Aston Martin DBX Service Manuals,Aston Martin DBX User Manuals

The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is shown in the left side bottom corner of the windscreen. The VIN plate can also be found in the passenger side door shut
panel and laser etched onto the right side front footwell.

This vehicle is equipped with a Event Data Recorder (EDR) system. Electronic modules in this vehicle are able to record detailed data, such as:

  • The use of restraint systems, including seat belts by the driver and passengers.
  • Information about the performance of various systems and modules in the vehicle.
  • Information related to engine, throttle, steering, brake or other system status.

Any of these systems can include information on how the driver operates the vehicle, measuring vehicle speed, steering input, brake and throttle application. This information may be stored under regular operation, in a crash or in a near crash event. This information can be read and used by:

  • Aston Martin
  • Service and repair facilities
  • Law enforcement or government agencies
  • Others who may assert a right or obtain your consent to know such information.

To read data recorded by an EDR, special equipment is required, and access to the vehicle or the EDR is needed. In addition to the vehicle manufacturer, other parties, such as law enforcement, that have the special equipment, can read the information if they have access to the vehicle or the EDR.

In an emergency event, this vehicle transmits data that meets the 112eCall / iGOST Glonass standards. The information sent will be:

  • Vehicle type
  • Activation type
  • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
  • Vehicle propulsion storage type
  • Time stamp
  • Latitude and longtitude position
  • Vehicle direction

Aston Martin Owners' Club (AMOC)
An invitation to join the Aston Martin Owners' Club
The sporting spirit of the 1930s exists today in one of the world’s most exclusive car clubs. Enthusiasts in nearly 60 countries are united by an interest in iconic cars with an enviable pedigree. Enjoy the company of like-minded owners in a wide range of activities: social evenings, weekends away or motoring tours. Something more competitive? AMOC Concours are a benchmark for connoisseurs of fine motorcars. A need for speed? We organise track days, sprints and hill climbs as well as circuit racing in venues such as Silverstone, Goodwood and Lime Rock in the USA.

Aston Martin Heritage Trust
The Aston Martin Heritage Trust is an educational charity dedicated to the preservation, promotion and enhancement of over 100 years of history of Aston Martin. Its world class collection comprising the automotive museum, substantial archive and collection of historical artefacts is housed in the magnificently restored Grade II* listed barn in Oxfordshire which it shares with the Owners' Club. As a member of the Owners’ Club you become a member and supporter of the Trust, so please log on to our web site for more information, or better still pay us a visit and see the collection for yourself.


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