A dynamic design with an aluminum platform that completely covers the whole Aston Martin DB11, a refreshed design that will be coming in 2018. The front grille is slightly wider and bigger and new LED head lights just above the grille and beside it. It is a completely new shape that takes the form of a horn or pointed ears, that feed into a more jagged cap, with more distinguished folds and trims that boost the windshield.
The rear of the Aston Martin DB11 gets a wider design, with a more squared look of the shoulder strengthening the axle, making it a new rear end, the tail lights LED frame is divided and protruding of the boot panel.
The Aston Martin has come up with numerous changes, especially with the suspension. On the front of the vehicle, it gets an X-mark grill with three-stage adaptive dampers and coil springs. On the other hand, the rear axle has a multi-link setup and fitted adaptive dampers.
Take a look inside
When Aston Martin said a new refreshed looked, it means an entirely new design. One of the major tweaks is the addition of the 12 inches display that sits behind the driver's wheel, it will replace the old manual gauge. This is a lot the same as Audi's interior virtual dash. The second change will be the eight inches' center-mounted the panel on top of the console.
Boasting its 5.2-liter unit with twin turbochargers, this monster can run up to 600 bhp and 516 lb-ft torque. Peaking on its top power will be able to produce 6500 rpm, while the torque can go from 1500-5000 rpm.
The Aston Martin DB11 isn't kidding when it comes to speed, they want to show off, true enough DB11 can go 0-62 mph in just 3.9 seconds up to the top speed of 200mph.