2017 Aston Martin

DB11 Coupe

Jet Black with Obsidian Black leather interior stitched Galena Silver and Obsidian Black carpeting, 8-speed ZF automatic transmission, 235 miles from new!

Factory options include: Bang & Olufsen BeoSound Audio, Bodypack Black, Dark Bonnet Blades, Black Boot Carpet, Brake Calipers Black, CEO Edition, Trim Inlay - Piano Black, Bright Exterior Finisher Pack, Gloss Black Roof Strake, Heavy Pile Floor Mats / Leather Binding, Garage Door Opener, Interior Finish - Dark Chrome Jewellery Pack, Interior Trim Pack - Interior Black Pack, Internal Shadow Pack, Gloss Black Roof Panel, Seatbelts - Warm Charcoal, Power Seat Bolsters, Ventilated Front Seats, Headrest Embroidery - Aston Martin Wings, Seat Inserts - Celestial Perforation, Sports Seats, 2 + 2 Seating Arrangement, Umbrella, Underbonnet Jewellery Pack and 10spk Directional Gloss Black wheels.

The launch of an all-new Aston Martin is a rare occurrence. Like the DB9s, the DB11s core structure is a bonded aluminum monocoque, but every pressing, every extrusion, every cast node is brand-new. It debuts a new generation of engine, body structure and electrical architecture. The DB11 has been described as extravagantly proportioned and carefully tailored by the motoring press. Aston Martins chief designer, Marek Reichman is quotes as stating , every millimeter of this car is where we wanted it.

The DB11 chassis has been tuned by Matt Becker, who joined Aston Martin in late 2014 as chief vehicle engineer after a 26-year career at Lotus Cars, a company extremely well-known for their chassis development. Welded aluminum subframes support a new unequal-length control-arm suspension setup up front and a multilink rear axle. Shocks are the latest-generation DampTronic skyhook units from Bilstein, steel brakes are from Brembo, steering assist is ZFs newest electric system and Bridgestone has supplied a bespoke tire specifically for the DB11, its model name? The S007! With Beckers input, the DB11 is more agile and more nimble than its predecessors.

Under the DB11s bonnet-clamshell is a brand-new V-12 engine. It is 5.2 liters with a couple of twin-scroll turbochargers, more powerful than its predecesor, but also a lot more efficient. The engine delivers 600 hp and 516 lb/ft of torque with 0-60-mph acceleration time under 4.0 seconds and a top speed close to 200 mph.

The DB11s interior is roomier and more lavishly finished than that of its predecessors and with much more technology embedded throughout. There is a new infotainment screen, fully digital instrument panel, electric e-brake, powered center armrest and seats that motor forward to improve access to the rear.

Ever since the launch of the DB2 in 1950, Aston Martin has been largely defined by the sporty, elegant Gran Turismos. More than six decades later, the DB11 carries on the tradition. This DB11 is new and comes with original books, tools, spare keys and remainder of its factory warranty through September 16, 2020.

Price: $252,500
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