Aston Martin DB11 Models and DB11 History
The latest in Aston Martin in a series of vehicles using the initials of previous company owner David Brown, the DB11 embodies the latest heights of British grand touring performance. Following the highly scarce DB10 existing mainly as a vehicle in the James Bond movie Spectre, the 2017 Aston Martin DB11 is crafted based on the automaker's previous 10-vehicle release. The new design is not only a dazzling modern expression of Aston Martin's classic silhouette but includes clever aerodynamic elements such as an AeroBlade virtual spoiler. A bolded aluminum platform allows the DB11 to be lighter and stronger than the predecessor while also granting designers greater interior space for passengers as well as cargo. Interior electronics such as the 12-inch LCD instrument display was developed in partnership with Mercedes-Benz. A newly developed twin-turbocharged V-12 powerplant insures this latest vehicle would be renowned as the most potent member of Aston Martin's DB series. Generating 608 horsepower, The Aston Martin DB11's 5.2-liter displacement size engine is matched with an eight-speed automatic ZF transmission. Grand touring performance for the DB11 delivers 0 to 62-mile per hour runs in 3.9 seconds with smoothness.