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autoviva2016-03-09 16:16:16

DB11 marks the start of a new phase of Aston Martin

New model of the DB family was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show

The DB11 is one of the most exclusive sports car ever created by Aston Martin
The new Aston Martin DB11DB11Aston Martin DB11United Kingdom, 2016 > present was unveiled last week at the Geneva Motor Show and is the first model out of the new strategic plan of the brand called "Second Century". The DB11 is one of the most exclusive sports car ever created by Aston MartinAston MartinAston MartinUnited Kingdom, 1914 > present62 models
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The model is based on a new aluminum frame which is equipped with a 5.2 liters V12 engine combined with an automatic eight-speed ZF transmission, which makes it the most efficient, dynamic and powerful DB model ever. With an impressive 600hp, the British brand sports car can reach 100km/h in 3.9 seconds and a top speed of 320km/h. According to Aston Martin, the result is "a driving experience that combines exemplary comfort with the agility of a pure sports for an outstanding dynamic capability."
The DB11 was designed with the leadership of Marek Reichman and its main highlights are the new "amplified" grille and the bonnet in an attempt to represent the excellence through the forms and engineering. The continuous line between the A and C pillars is another of the sports car highlights. The headlights use LED technology, with a new signature for daytime running lights.
The development of the interior of the Aston Martin DB11 was made with the collaboration of Daimler. The instrument panel is shown through a 12-inch screen, but the cabin has another 8-inch screen for the infotainment system. All cabin gets luxury finishing to which Aston Martin has already accustomed its customers.
Aston MartinAston Martin
DB11 Gen.1DB11 Gen.1
V 12
318 cu in
Top Speed
200 mph
8, Automatic
Maximum power
608 hp @ 6500 rpm
Fixed-head coupé
Fuel consumption (combined)
annual ownership cost




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