An extended-length Aston Martin DBX might be in the cards in order to give the company a competitor to the Mercedes-AMG GLS 63 and the BMW X7. Such a vehicle would offer three rows of seats, riding on the same wheelbase as the existing DBX but with a longer rear end and squarer roof to accommodate two extra passengers. Also possible is a DBX “coupe,” which would feature a lower roofline, faster hatch profile, and more aggressive styling elements. Aston will likely give the DBX at least one full model year before it introduces new variants.