The DBX Concept debuted at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

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It was originally reported that it would enter production in 2019, but nothing is 100 percent confirmed yet.

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Yes, it's an SUV, but it's also loaded with the sorts of far-fetched concept tech that we love.

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The glass has a "smart" layer that automatically dims to adjust incoming light.

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The concept is electric, but a new report claims the production version will rely on standard gas engines.

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Inside, there are head-up displays for both driver and passenger.

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The side mirrors have been replaced with cameras, which is a major concept-car trend.

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The interior doesn't look like any other Aston on the market.

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Expect the production version to carry V12 and V8 engine options.

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Keep scrolling to check out even more pictures of Aston's first SUV concept.

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