Fernando Alonso has a new car in his garage: the Aston Martin DBX

Fernando Alonso has a new car in his garage: the Aston Martin DBX

Fernando Alonso he wanted to show the world the latest car that came out of his garage. We are talking precisely about the royal one Aston Martin DBXA historic British brand SUV.

The Spanish driver, two-time Formula 1 world champion, in 2005 and 2006 with Renault, is ready to start the 2023 world championship in the best possible way and, at the same time, has decided to enjoy himself on the road every day. Through your own page Twitter so he put on his new jewel, beautiful Aston Martin DBX which is displayed under the Museo y Circuito Fernando Alonso in Oviedo in Asturias, the region from which it originates. “Expectations are exceeded. A dream car”, the words accompanying the picture of the new jewel.

It is an electric sports utility vehicle from a thousand and one nights, considering that it is equipped with an engine and power between 550 and 707 horses (we don’t know which model Fernando owns but we’d bet on the best-performing version) and a range of 600 km. A screaming race car that’s clearly out of reach for many, given its list price of 261,529 euros, it’s not exactly a moto. Alonso showed his new Aston Martin, which recently also presented the DBS 770 racing carthrough some a story on Instagram in which the Iberian driver himself can be seen having fun with the new jewel.

Waiting for the start of Formula 1 world championship 2023, whose calendar includes 24 races, Aston Martin is already thinking about a future management role to the former world champion: “We have already had a good conversation with him – has announced Mike Krack, Aston Martin team principal, on site PlanetF1.comThis partnership, in my opinion, can go beyond driving. Fernando joins us as an important part of the team and we have to see how the situation develops. But I think it can play an important role in the future of the team“.

So rather the same Fernando Alonsobeing interviewed by Car games and cars: “I will continue to drive as long as I feel like I can still give 100%, so maybe I will stay in F1 for another two or three years. At my age I have to do many different things. Training, travel, events… System 1 is becoming more and more in demand. You have to plan well so you don’t get burned. I don’t want to close any doors but right now being a Team Manager is not at the top of my wish list. Our job involves constant travel and I can handle it because it’s what I love to do. If I had to travel a lot to do something I don’t enjoy, I would run out of battery very quickly“.