Aston Martin has launched a limited edition DBX 707 in Japan, dubbed the Japan Midnight Podium Edition, capped at just 11 examples.

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Each example is adorned with the same exterior finish that consists primarily of Oberon black paint that’s been contrasted by numerous lime green accents similar to those found on Aston Martin’s 2023 Formula 1 car. The British marque has also fitted it with a pair of massive 23-inch satin wheels sitting over a set of Aston Martin Racing Lime Green brake calipers.

Several special touches have also been made to the cabin of the DBX 707. Adorning the dashboard, center console, transmission tunnel, door panels, and steering wheel is plush black leather while the seats are clad in a lovely combination of black and dark green leather. Visible throughout the cabin is also lime green contrast stitching and the British marque has also stitched its badge into the front and rear headrests.

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 Special Aston Martin DBX 707 Capped At Just 11 Units Is Only For Japan

Rounding out the special interior touches include carbon fiber on the center console and custom plaques on the carbon scuff plates that read ‘Japan Midnight Podium Edition.’

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The ‘Midnight’ in the name refers to the part of Japanese car culture where late-night drives are popular. The ‘Podium’ presumably commemorates the handful of podium finishes that Aston Martin claimed throughout the 2023 F1 season.

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Underneath the bodywork of the DBX 707 is a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 pumping out 697 hp and 663 lb-ft (900 Nm) of torque, significant gains from the 542 hp and 516 lb-ft (700 Nm) of the standard SUV and meaning the Aston even out-muscles the Lamborghini Urus.