The Aston Martin DB11 is the most powerful and efficient 'DB' production model in Aston Martin's history. The brand new twin-turbocharged V12 engine delivers astounding performance, taking the DB11 from 0 - 60mph in 3.9 seconds and boasting 700Nm of torque, combined with remarkably reduced fuel consumption and emissions, the DB11's engine is one of Aston Martin's most complete ever.
The DB11's bold and fresh exterior is certain to turn heads. The sweeping 'clamshell' bonnet flows effortlessly into the body, creating a muscular, aggressive silhouette with classical proportions. Familiar elements including the front grille have evolved to become more prominent and the LED front and rear lights create an impressive visual signature.
Inside the DB11, luxurious natural materials and state-of-the-art technologies provide the ultimate driving haven. A full colour 12" LCD display and all new instrument cluster present the driver with vital vehicle information on the road, while a second centrally mounted 8" screen in the centre console controls the vehicle's infotainment system. Driven by an intuitive rotary control, with the optional multi-touch and gesture support, the innovative sat-nav and audio systems have never been easier to operate.
With the impressive power boasted by the engine, comes equally impressive safety features. The DB11's clever braking system features Emergency Braking Assist and Electronic Brakeforce Distribution to ensure that the DB11 comes to a stop safely and quickly. The DB11's cabin is also lined with 7 airbags including Dual stage driver and passenger airbags, as well as curtain side, knee and head airbags to ensure that you and your passengers are always fully protected.
|Vehicle Length||4739 mm/186.5 in||Engine / Cylinders||48 Valve V12|
|Vehicle Width||2060 mm/81.1 in||Maximum Revs||xxxx rpm|
|Vehicle Height||1279 mm/50.3 in||Max Torque||700Nm|
|Wheelbase||2805 mm/110.4 in||Max Power||447kW @ 6500rpm|
|Top Speed||200mph||Combined Cycle||TBC|
|Acceleration||0-60mph / 3.9 sec||Urban Cycle||TBC|