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The 1,000 first Aston Martin DB11 will be inspected by the CEO of the brand

Aston Martin DB11 vista frontal

Everyone will remember to the Aston Martin DB11. Is is of the last sports of the firm of Gaydon, but also is is of the more powerful and benefits that ever have made. Premiered a platform made entirely in aluminum that you allowed having a content weight of 1,770 kg. Also a sported a new design that stood out for an well developed aerodynamics, getting to improve their efficiency.

It saw for first time in the Salon of Geneva, in the month of March. Not spent one week and already accumulated 1,400 orders, a remarkable figure for a vehicle that costs 204.900 euros in Germany. The success of the model has that come accompanied of the commitment of the mark and thus it has made know Andy Palmer. The CEO of the company has announced to personally inspect the first 1,000 units of the DB11.

Aston Martin DB11 vista trasera

The Executive claimed him via his personal Twitter account. For Palmer, the Aston Martin DB11 is like his firstborn, because it is the first totally new model since it serves as CEO. Not to mention the important legacy that goes behind the acronym ‘DB’. The first model, the Aston Martin DB1 was released in 1948 and now almost 70 years after the philosophy is maintains though them technologies advance.

Andy Palmer, apparently, will make hours extra to achieve this objective. From 18:00 hours, when will you finish your working hours, will be reviewing these sports and putting in your engine the tag certifying it with your personal signature. He engine, incidentally, is is of the V12 biturbo of 5.2 litres that develops nothing less that 608 CV and 700 Nm of torque. With it, it is able to do 0 – 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds and reach a high of 322 km/h.

Source-Andy Palmer

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