Only yesterday we saw a grainy shot of a completely undisguised version of the DB11, Aston Martin’s long-awaited replacement for the DB9, and now we have new spy shots of a prototype for the upcoming grand tourer.
The prototype in the latest shots is wearing production-spec bumpers, lights and wheels, with many of the details matching what we saw in the leaked shot (shown below). The DB11 is set for a world debut this March at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The car should be available in showrooms before the year is out, as a 2017 model. It will be the first of Aston Martin’s models to ride on the company’s all-new platform that we first learned about in 2014, believed to be called the VH5. VH5 will be Aston Martin’s first all-new design since the original VH0 setup introduced in the first-generation Vanquish back in 2001. The automaker says the new platform will enable its cars to be at the forefront of design, performance and technology. It will also incorporate a new twin-turbocharged 5.2-liter V-12 Aston Martin recently teased, as well as a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 sourced from Mercedes-AMG. more...
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