This is quite possibly the rear end of the upcoming Aston Martin DB11.
The car is set to make its debut at the beginning of March at the Geneva Motor Show. A user on Autojunk.nl claims to have taken this picture of the car’s rear end while Aston was shooting a promo video that it plans to show when the car is revealed. Based on the picture’s likeness to our previous sets of DB11 spy photos, this snapshot appears to be the real deal.
Under the hood, the new DB11 will use a 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V12, expected to make around 600 horsepower. A turbocharged V8 engine made by AMG is also expected to eventually join the lineup. The car will sit on a brand new platform which will eventually underpin an entire range of sports car from Aston Martin, all of which will be overhauled in the next five years. It will feature plenty of new lightweight components and is supposed to retain its manual gearbox.
The DB11 is the successor to the DB9, despite the number gap. The DB10 was a specially built car for the James Bond film Spectre.
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[Image Source: Autojunk.nl]
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