It became known about changes in the model range of Aston MartinJuly 21, 2021
The automaker spoke about the changes that will occur with its lineup. The main challenge is to strive for a simpler model range, as well as increase the power of the DB11.
Aston Martin is making several modest changes to its lineup for 2022, including the introduction of an all-new online configurator where “buyers can see these updates in action.” Changes to the lineup include more horsepower for the V8-powered DB11, new wheel options for the DBS and DBX, and a push to optimize its lineup.
The coupe and convertible DB11 equipped with the base V8 will receive the biggest changes. The 4.0-liter twin-turbo engine now produces 528 horsepower, which raises the top speed to 308 km / h.
That’s 25 hp. more than last year’s version of the model. Plus, buyers can now opt for the DB11 V8 with Sports Plus seats, which will help handle all that extra speed thanks to advanced lateral support.
The DB11 V12 Coupe stays with the same 630bhp but loses the AMR badge. DBS suffered the same fate – the model will no longer be sold with the Superleggera designation. But this version of the car will retain its 5.2-liter V12 with twin turbocharging with a capacity of 715 hp. and a top speed of 340 km / h. Moving away from the AMR and Superleggera badges is helping to simplify the lineup, Aston Martin said.
Visual updates include new 21 “wheels for the DBS model and a new set of 23” wheels for the DBX crossover. With the new online configurator, buyers can also choose from three pre-installed interior themes, each with colors, materials and patterns carefully selected by Aston Martin’s design team.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Aston Martin introduced the Valhalla hybrid serial supercar. Aston Martin has unveiled the production version of the Valhalla hypercar, which received a 937 horsepower V8 hybrid engine. It is expected that the novelty will be able to complete the circle of the Nurburgring in just 6 minutes 30 seconds.
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