British luxury sports car maker, Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd., has come up with a new DB11 that sets it apart from rest of its fleet that we have seen so far. Aston Martin DB11 has been a part of the British grand tourer since the year 2016. It made a debut at Geneva Motor Show in 2016 replacing DB9.
The design of the car that comes with wheels with voluptuous curves over it, and long hood still conforms to the design that traces its origin back to 1950. What sets it apart from its predecessors is the new V12 engine and latest knowhow of electronics.
Whole New Bundle of with Many Functionalities
Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. has a long history that dates back to 1913 when it was founded by Robert Bamford and Lionel Martin. The company has gone through many ups and downs like any other company but it is said to have witnessed its first heyday under the able ownership of David Brown, an industrialist, from the year 1947.
The new Ashton Martin DB11, as mentioned before, comes with twin-turbo V12 engine that has been designed in house. A chassis of bonded aluminum that is similar to that of the earlier VH cars but with more stiffness and less of mass. The body has been designed by Marek Reichman, renowned English industrial designer. The body panels of this much-coveted car is a combination of composites and aluminum.
Another part that sets it apart is the incorporation of a feature called AeroBlade which, at the C-pillars, draws in the high-speed air.
This new beauty looks like it costs a million bucks but it doesn’t, only a quarter of it.