One of the most anticipated vehicles of the year, the Aston Martin DB11, is scheduled to appear at the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Great news for all those anticipating the release of the new DB11, as the car has just been announced for the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed.
It will appear alongside Aston Martin’s other models, including the Vulcan. For the first time ever, attendees will have the opportunity to experience the car in all its glory, and hear its new twin-turbo engine in action.
The DB11 is an important car for Aston Martin, as it acts as replacement for the DB9. It’s made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, to critical acclaim.
Many have praised the car’s aggressive yet bold appearance as well as its power and speed.
It comes equipped with a new twin-turbocharged 5.2-liter V12 engine, reportedly capable of producing around a staggering 600bhp. On top of that, it can reach a top speed of 200mph (322 km/h) and go from 0 to 62mph in a mere 3.9 second.
If you’re a fan of speed, the DB11 is definitely the car for you. Not only does it look fantastic, but it’s also fast and powerful, making it a true speed-fanatic’s dream.
Aston Martin, is word-renowned for its powerful and exclusive vehicles. It has been around for years, becoming popular and growing, with appearances in numerous films, including the James Bond series.
The brand has a log of history, and this definitely reflects in its vehicles. Although modern, they sport a pleasant throwback-feel to the sports cars of the past, which is quite exciting and intriguing to look at.
Of course, the exclusivity comes with as price, as you won’t be able to get the new DB11 on a tight budget.
It’s set to go on sale later this year, with UK prices starting around £154,900.
It’s not a car for everyone; however, it will be very interesting to see what the brand has in store for us for this year’s Goodwood Festival.
Are you looking forward to seeing the DB11 in all its glory? Are you considering purchasing it? Let us know your thoughts, and come back soon for more news from the world of supercars.