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This is the Aston Martin DB11 steering wheel and do not arrive until the spring of 2018

Aston Martin DB11 Volante

Aston Martin DB11 was presented last Geneva Motor Show as the vehicle benefits and powerful brand. The design delighted more than one and its new aluminum platform assured a promising future. Since his arrival he speculated with a convertible variant and the Gaydon claimed it nor denied it. And now finally comes the confirmation of the Aston Martin DB11 flywheel through these images.

The truth is that even though we can now see for the first time, it will take much to their arrival. As is can see in the side of the car comes labeled “Opening spring 2018”, what us confirms that not it will see officially until the spring of 2018. Although we can already begin to draw the first conclusions and leave doubts in some aspects. For example, it will take a retractable canvas roof, being faithful to the tradition.

Aston Martin DB11 Volante

In terms of design, what we see in the pictures is nearly identical to the DB11 coupé. The front has not yet been shown, although no changes are expected significant. The same applies to its interior, one of the most technological of the brand so far. This includes an instrumentation digital with screen of 12 inch, in addition to another of 8 inch encabenzando the console central.

The mechanics of the Aston Martin DB11 steering wheel will be the same V12 biturbo of 5.2 liters that already had seen. It will become the most powerful convertible of the brand thanks to its 608 HP and 700 Nm of torque. Because of the loss of the roof and consequent improvement of stiffness, is expected to slightly exceed the 1,770 kg of weight. This could cause a slight reduction in performance with respect to the coupé, which is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds and has a tip of 322 km/h.

Aston Martin DB11 Volante

Source-Aston Martin

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