The Aston Martin DB11 is maybe the worst kept secret that can be found at the Geneva International Motorshow. Despite that, the car is again an amazing car produced by the British supercar manufacturer. We already showed you spyshots, we already showed you renders, but now it’s time for the real work.
So the new Aston Martin DB11 is a DB9 successor and also the most powerful car in the DB series (“but the One-77 is more powerful.” Yeah, but that isn’t a DB, isn’t it?). The DB11 is also the first Aston to have a 5.2 Liter V12 under the bonnet. This V12 works together with two turbos to produce 600 hp and 700 Nm of torque. The car will hit 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds before hitting its top speed of 320 km/h (200 mph).
The Aston Martin DB11 also feature a lot of new aerodynamica. Vents channels the air in and out of the car and the hood consists of strikes that channel the air all the way through the car. The car also has something that they call a spoiler in Warwick. Maybe they should come up with a new name for that tiny thing!
The interior is finished in leather and re-developed by Aston Martin themselves. The infotainment system, tough, is partly the work of Mercedes. The old infotainment system that was used in other Astons is now gone, which means you don’t want to blow it up like you want in other Astons.
The power is delivered to the rear of the car by a 8-Speed ZF gearbox. The gears are either automatically handled or with the flippers near the steering wheel.
This all leads to price of 204.900 euro’s (£155.000). This isn’t cheap at all, but when you buy it you’ll also get a noise with it that is sexy as hell:
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