Greeting the 2016 Geneva Motor Show goers is the breathtaking Aston Martin DB11 which is essentially a road legal version of the DB10 that Daniel Craig drove in the James Bond movie Spectre (recently auctioned for $3.5 million). The stylish British supercar also derives some design cues from the highly exclusive One-77.
The DB11’s front fascia is characterized by a quintessential Aston grille, a sharp chin splitter, peeled back headlamps and a long V12 bearing nose with nicely contoured hood. Interesting alloy wheel design, fender vents, muscular sheet metal design and a parabolic roofline with contrast pillars will make you stop in your tracks.
We haven’t even talked about the best part of DB11’s exterior yet. The stunning rear fascia is nothing like any of the production Aston Martin’s we have seen so far. Well accentuated haunches, tapered windshield, razor sharp spoiler and C-shaped high-mounted LED taillights combine together to create magic. A glossy black diffuser with twin circular exhaust tips round off the exterior design.
The Aston Martin DB11 houses a 5.2-litre V12 naturally aspirated engine petrol engine which dishes out 608 PS and 700 Nm of torque. The drive is transferred to the rear wheels via a 8-speed automatic ZF transmission with paddle shifters. This translates into 0-100 kmph sprint in just 3.9 second and a top speed of 320 kmph.