Aston Martin will offer a range of front-engined cars that are getting to a “full refresh.” The DB11, DBS, and Vantage were going to be like “all-new cars” that received upgraded powertrains, suspension, and infotainment systems. Therefore, it does sound like there could be design tweaks in-store as well. However, there is no similarity at all to the present cars except for some carryover in the rear quarters.
Aston Martin Engines
Moreover, the AMG-sourced M177 twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 in the DB11. The Vantage is going to get more power. Also, both of those coupes are furnishing with 503 horses from that mill at the moment. Meanwhile, the AMG GT 63 S four-door coupe is getting 630 horses from the same engine. The 600 hp Aston Martin does elicit from its in-house, 5.2-liter V12. In fact, it is going to be interesting to see if the V12 is going to push further than in order to retain the same daylight between it and the V8.
In fact, the next 18 to 24 months are going to bring electrified versions of the entire model portfolio. The DBX is really likely to come first. It would be in the next 18 months. The performance is going to match or exceed the recently launched DBX707. Therefore, the hybridized front-engine program is going to follow on its quad pipes.
The arrival of touchscreens is a luxurious step with the interiors. Prior to being the English’s firm’s tie-up with AMG, it did use Volvo-sourced infotainment screens. It was really a necessary cost-saving measure. However, was not up to the standards of the brands. Also, moving to the Mercedes-Benz-based system does improve the perception. However, Aston Martin has agreed to use three-year-old Mercedes-Benz technology. It was another move that did not fit the standards of the brand. Also, Stroll did rhetorically yet rightly, “How can you have an Aston Martin that did sell for $150,000 with three-year-old technology?” Let’s be clear, we’re still talking about underlying Mercedes-Benz tech, but the up-to-date aspects that, furthermore, will issue the directives with “a right English accent.”