Aston Martin gets ready for 2020MY
The British sports car maker has announced a range of updates to its lineup.
All V8-based DB11 coupes and convertibles get an extra 25 PS (25 hp / 18 kW). This means a total of 535 PS (528 hp / 393 kW) and a top speed of 309 km/h (192 mph).
Names have been simplified across the board. The range-crowning DB11 V12 no longer bears the ‘AMR’ suffix, and the Super GT flagship – the DBS Superleggera - will henceforth be known just as the DBS.
Wheels comes sized 21 inches across for the new DBS and Vantage models, while the DBX lineup gains 23-inch rollers and wireless phone charging. The DB11 and DBX also benefit from Sports Plus seats with enhanced lateral support.
All Aston Martin cars will soon be available in new trim versions dubbed Accelerate, Create, and Inspire. The first one brings along leather sport seats and has Alcantara and colorful accents throughout the cabin. Customers can choose from ten color combinations, including four Alcantara shades.
The Create comes in ten single- and dual-color variants. The Inspire offers perforated semi-aniline leather, embroidery, and contrast stitching, and comes in 38 total trim combinations.
In other news, Aston Martin unveiled its long-anticipated Valhalla hypercar several days ago (watch the video if you missed it).
Editor Andrew Raspopov