Used Aston Martin DB11 For Sale
Spearheading a new era for Aston Martin DB11 for sale, one of the most refined automobiles that the English automaker has ever created. This new era is named the Second Century’ plan and if the 11 is a sign of things to come, it’s going to be a fantastic century.
The exterior and overall styling of the new car benefits from a few highlights that are easily noticed at first glance. In the front, the signature grille and clamshell hood carry the classic Aston Martin styling. As for the new LED headlights, they have been restyled and give the DB11 a distinct and new appearance, which is a nice aesthetic update to the classic look.
Underneath the hood is exactly what would be expected from a new-age model. The new car is powered by a 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V12 that boasts 600 bhp and rockets from 0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds. The CEO stated that the DB11 is, the absolute embodiment of what an Aston Martin should be” and the company has worked tirelessly to ensure it combines both exceptional design and the latest technology throughout. With this power, the car carries the weight of being the most powerful production DB model ever, as well as the most dynamic and accelerative.
Being a new car in the 21st century, there is plenty of technology to be found in the cabin. A full-color 12-inch TFT LCD provides the driver with important vehicle information. In the center of the cabin is an 8-inch TFT screen, dedicated to infotainment. To control the infotainment software, the driver utilizes an intuitive rotary control, through a touchpad. One of the more interesting features that can be viewed on the infotainment screen is the 360-degree birds-eye view camera, which will make driving through tight spaces that much easier.
The new DB11 is a great example of the future of the brand.
Aston Martin DB11 AMR
A revamped version of the Aston Martin DB11, the AMR emerges as a top model for the brand with a beefed-up twin-turbo 5.2-liter V12 engine and improved suspension that offers a wide range of settings including a revised Standard setting and Spots Plus option. The exterior is much like that of the previous DB11 model through subtle alterations, such as the inclusion of exposed carbon fiber components and larger 20-inch wheels for an enhanced feel and performance. The design, however, retains the dynamic curves and all around the immaculate beauty of the previous model. With all-inclusive suspension settings, the DB11 AMR provides better handling in all environments and reaches a new top speed of 208 MPH.
Aston Martin DB11 V8
Weighing in at an awe-inspiring 254 pounds less than the former DB11 model, the latest addition to the Aston Martin DB line is significantly lighter and agiler than its V12 coupe counterpart. After partnering with the legendary Mercedes automaker, Aston Martin opted to replace the existing V12 engine with a smaller, yet capable, twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8. The decision to integrate this Mercedes-AMG engine was largely made in part to appeal to those who are subjected to higher tax rates on larger engines. In turn, consumers in these markets save on taxes as well as the initial purchase cost which comes in at nearly $17,500 cheaper than the former V12 model. The performance of the engine is impressive nonetheless with its 503-horsepower output and a 0-60 acceleration speed of just 3.6 seconds. To add a distinctive Aston Martin touch to this Mercedes motor, the brand added several altered parts including new mounts, a redesigned exhaust and air intake along with the inventive wet-sump oiling system. In addition to these upgrades, the V8 model includes a lightweight structure, torque-vectoring, and a stiffer suspension to improve handling.
As for the exterior, the dynamic curves, rounded clamshell hood, and the overall all-consuming allure remain largely untouched aside from the small alterations to the design and appearance of the headlights. Moving inside to the cabin, the revolutionary suspension settings are retained along with features like the tech-savvy 12-inch TFT LCD display screen and ultra-luxurious seating.
In terms of performance, the latest Aston Martin DB11 is a significantly improved version of its predecessor. Buyers can take their pick from a twin-turbocharged V8 or V12 engine; the difference being 30 horsepower and completely different exhaust note. With its iconic grille and cinched back end, the DB11 has a classic Aston Martin design that emanates greatness around every corner, regardless of which engine is concealed underneath. Inside, the Aston Martin artistry transcends. Draped in plush, colorful leather and brushed metallic accent pieces, every bit of the interior is as impressive as the car’s performance. Further evidence of the car’s renovations will enthrall tech-savvy drivers; an all-new command system replaces the outdated infotainment hardware for a more modern driving experience.
2018 Aston Martin DB11 Specs, Price, Photos & Review