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Aston Martin Db11
With less than a month to go before the official unveiling, it appears that the 2019 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera has been spied in Volante convertible form. The car is very clearly related to the DB11 GT sports car currently available, but with a number of updates. It should also be lighter (hence the Superleggera name) and more powerful.
Aston Martin has pulled the wraps off the DB11 AMR, and the fact that it's just what we expected it'd be shouldn't diminish the impact of this ultimate (for now) DB11. But, if you're not down with AMR, a quick backgrounder for you: Early last year, Aston launched the Vantage AMR Pro and the Rapide AMR, the first salvos in a full broadside of AMR models that will encompass the entire range. There are two AMR subdivisions — AMR is handled by Aston's main design and engineering teams, while t
Car manufacturers usually keep a very tight lid on upcoming product news, but because they are run by humans, mistakes are made. In this case, Aston Martin posted a link on their home media website to a page about the upcoming DB11 AMR, which we have no doubt will be the latest in the company's limited production AMR line of cars. Though they took the link down the same day, the linked page still exists and functions. There isn't really anything to see at the moment, because any assets are locke
Its first annual profit in eight years and a possible IPO won't be enough.
Less roofless coupe, more open-air lifestyle experience.
Aston Martin, which is mainly owned by Kuwaiti and Italian private equity firms, last posted a profit in 2010.
Aston is taking orders for spring 2018 deliveries.
Power is down, but so is weight.
The Brady-curated car will debut later this summer.
If you have the means, Aston can probably build it.
They're joined by an Aston, a Cadillac, and more.
Anyone remember when automakers actually tried to hide their new products?
Our only question – is the Aston Martin orange or brown?
And we thought the DB11 couldn't be prettier.
Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer will personally inspect the first 1,000 DB11s, which will also come with a bespoke inspection badge bearing his signature.