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Aston Martin DB11 V12 Twin-Turbo

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If you’ve ever wondered what makes up an Aston Martin engine – here’s every piece of the DB11 V12 Twin-Turbo laid out. The DB11 V12 is all we could have hoped for. It features slick new technology, a new 5.2 liter twin turbo V12 engine and an advanced aluminium chassis. Above all, it looks sensational.

The first new DB design in 13 years has smashed our pre-orders record and gives even the most relaxed customer child-like joy.

  • twin turbo-charged 5.2litre V12 engine
  • 0 – 62mph in 3.9 seconds
  • 2+2 Grand Tourer
  • Aeroblade technology harnesses airflow for stability
  • Sleek design including a striking new grille and clamshell bonnet
  • LED head and tail lights
  • on-board infotainment with 8” screen

It is the most powerful and most efficient ‘DB’ production model in Aston Martin’s history. At its heart, a brand new twin-turbocharged V12 engine delivers phenomenal performance combined with vastly reduced fuel consumption and emissions.

Pioneering aerodynamics cheat the wind, generate exceptional stability and preserve the world-renowned design purity. Underpinned by a new bonded aluminium body structure that combines lightness, strength and increased interior space, DB11 sets a formidable new standard for sporting Grand Tourers.

Natural elements have evolved. The iconic radiator grille has been reinterpreted, its lines and features amplified and celebrated. All-new LED head and tail-lights create expressive visual signatures.

Triumphant new elements, such as the dramatic roof strake, underline DB11’s confidence and originality, while the new side strakes, a key to DB11’s pioneering aerodynamics, bring the harmony of form and function. The DB11 is a true 2+2.

With a luggage compartment that can swallow two golf bags and ISOFIX points, enabling the fitment of two child seats, this exhilarating Grand Tourer is real-world prepared. DB11’s new twin-turbocharged 5.2-litre V12 engine boasts 600 bhp and 700 Nm of torque. It reaches 200 mph, with 62 mph dispatched in 3.9 seconds.

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