The DBS Superleggera is noticeably similar in design to the DB11, and will be a close rendition of the similarities that the firm’s past DB9 shared with the Vanquish.
Other than the vast number of changes underneath the surface, a deep honeycomb grille gives the car a more menacing look than the DB11, while carbon fibre and aluminium panels make up the majority of its structure. Two different alloy designs also feature, as well as a sharper and more muscular rear end, with new Aston Martin letter branding at the rear, too.
With developments made to its renowned 5.2-litre twin-turbo V12 to produce 716bhp and 900Nm making it the firm’s second most powerful production car to date. The V12 is paired to a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive.
Its performance figures put Aston Martin into a territory it has not been in for several years, with the DBS Superleggera being able to accelerate from 0-60mph time of 3.2 seconds and keep going to a top speed of 211mph.
Aside from performance, standard equipment includes a 360-degree camera, park assist as well as Bluetooth and keyless entry. A leather and Alcantara interior is also offered as standard.
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