Aston Martin is revealing custom design options for the DBX from its Q by Aston Martin division at the Geneva Motor Show.

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The Q branch offers its own design ideas and will also create completely bespoke colors and trims commissioned by customers.

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This DBX has insane "technical-finish" carbon fiber trim that looks like a pixelated glitch in the image.

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To achieve the final finish the carbon had to go through 12 hours of curing and then 90 hours of mixing.

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Another commissioned item is a cargo floor made from one massive piece of carbon fiber.

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The paint is called Satin Xenon Grey, and it's part of the DBX's "standard" Q options list.

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The gloss-black 22-inch wheels are one of the bespoke options, though.

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This DBX also has special aluminum trim with a diamond pattern that was milled from a solid block of metal.

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Aston offers a range of accessories for the DBX that includes leather-covered dog beds.

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The DBX starts at $192,986, but custom options will make that price skyrocket very quickly and very easily.

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The first DBX units will hit US dealerships in the second half of the year.

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