The "DBX will be sold in the U.S.," Aston Martin spokesman Matthew Clarke told Edmunds. "Our plan is to have renewed the entire current sports car range and added DBX by the end of the decade."
Clarke said pricing information and technical information is not available at this point.
When asked to name the key competitors to the DBX, Clarke replied: "In terms of the competition, the idea is to define a new segment rather than chasing existing and appeal to a new (to us) buyer demographic."
The DBX is likely to attract more women and younger buyers to the brand.
The Aston Martin DBX concept, which debuted at the 2015 Geneva Auto Show, previewed the production DBX.
The automaker said it will receive more than $300 million for the development of the DBX crossover and other vehicles.
"The additional investment announced today will allow us to realize the DBX and other new luxury vehicles that will form the strongest and most diverse portfolio in our history," said Aston Martin Lagonda CEO Andy Palmer.
Edmunds says: Luxury buyers will have to wait several years to get their hands on the new Aston Martin DBX. But there are plenty of other good options to consider in the meantime.