Ahead of the Geneva car show starting later this week, British luxury car manufacturer, Aston Martin has unveiled the successor of the popular DB9 – the 2017 DB11. Compared to its predecessor and the brand’s entire cars of the last decade, this beauty sports a lot of changes. Not only did the design language change, the new DB11 is also the first to benefit from Aston Martin’s new partnership with Mercedes-AMG. Design elements from the DBX design concept and the DB10 from James Bond movie Spectre can be seen in the new DB11. Specs and interior shots should be available later this week when the show starts, stay tuned.
Update: Under the hood, the DB11 harbors a 5.2-liter V12 engine that pumps out 600 horsepower, with maximum speed of 200 mph with the ability to go from 0 to 62 within 3.9 seconds. The Aston Martin DB11 is expected to be available this fall for a price of $211,995 USD, but limited to only 15 units.