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Aston Martin DBS Superleggera LEAKED – Somewhat sooner than Aston Martin Planned

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Aston Martin DBS Superleggera LEAKED – Somewhat sooner than Aston Martin Planned

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera LEAKED – Somewhat sooner than Aston Martin Planned

Aston Martin is relied upon to lift the cloak off the new DBS Superleggera soon. Be that as it may, not before the primary pictures and points of interest have discovered their route online over various outlets.

Set to supplant the active Vanquish, the new DBS Superleggera is anticipated to get much from the DB11 – much like the keep going DBS depended on the old DB9.

Various car sites, including Carscoops and Autocar, have published clearly official pictures of the new, long awaited DBS Superleggera

On the front the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera has a more forceful face, while at the back the taillights are sleeker and quad exhausts let you realize this is something unique.


As should be obvious, it has for the most part new bodywork – rendered as a rule in carbon fiber to help cut a decent 160 pounds (72 kg) off the control weight, now down to a revealed 3,733 lbs (<1,700 kg). The grille is bigger and the lines crisper.

The new DBS is much more than a rebodied DB11, however. The 5.2-liter twin-turbo V12 is anticipated to create approximately 715 horsepower (533 kW) and 664 lb-ft (900 Nm) of torque, directed to the back wheels by means of the same (yet retuned) eight-speed automatic transmission as the DB11.

The suspension is additionally said to be a bit lower, with dynamic dampers, bigger carbon-ceramic brakes, and that's only the tip of the iceberg – all of which signify more prominent performance potential. Word has it that it'll run 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in only 3.4 seconds, while 0-100mph takes 6.4 seconds.


Following the debut of the DBS Superleggera, Aston Martin will discharge a convertible form in mid 2019, called the DBS Superleggera Volante.

We'll hold off on calling these subtle elements "official" until the point when we hear them from the maker itself later today. Be that as it may, from what we've seen up until now, Aston's new lead GT appears to be the stuff of legend.


"Pricing should begin around the $300,000 mark," Topspeed assessed, going ahead to state purchasers ought to have the capacity to take possession before the current year's over.

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