The DB11 is the most expensive car that the marque, Aston Martin sells in the Indian market. As far as the history is concerned, the DB11 is, essentially, the spiritual successor to the famed DB9, which, itself, was a successor to the DB7.
The DB11 had set its foot in the Indian market in late-2016 and has been on sale ever since. The DB11 representedthe new-generation line-up from the British marque, which we also saw in the Vantage going further. Another talking point of the DB11 is what lies under the hood. The supercar from Aston Martin is its first-ever model to feature a twin-turbocharged engine – we’ll get to the details in the Specifications section down below.
Another fascinating thing about the DB11 is that it features the company’s new design language, which was first introduced in the DB10 used in the popular James Bond movie Spectre. But there’s more to the DB11 than this. So, here’s the complete lowdown of what you get with the most expensive Aston Martin in the country. Read on.
Just like a supercar should, the Aston Martin DB11 looks simply stunning and very desirable. Featuring the company’s latest design language, the DB11 gets some unique elements such as edgy taillamps, a long roofline, massive alloy wheels, a prodigious grille – which fits the front-end really well – and slim headlamps. The overall silhouette is nice and the design, in a nutshell, screams sportiness.
As far as its dimensions are concerned, the DB11’s brochure indicates that the supercar is 4,739mm in length, 1,940mm in width, and 1,279mm in height. The massive20-inch wheels are separated by a wheelbase of 2,805mm. Other than that, it has a slightly conservative fuel tank capacity of 78-litres – by supercar standards, it seems – and a kerb weight of 1,770kg.
The Aston Martin DB11comes powered by a massive 5.2-liter twin-turbochargedV12 petrol engine, which is good for 600bhp and 700Nm of torque. It comes mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission as a standard fit. As we discussed above, this was the first model from Aston Martin to ever feature a twin-turbo engine.
Since the Aston Martin DB11 is a proper supercar, don’t expect it to deliver any mind-crunching fuel efficiency numbers. For those who’d still like to know, the Aston Martin DB11 is expected to deliver 7-8km/l, which can largely differ based on the driving style.
Since the DB11 is an old model, it does not get the latest bells and whistles you’d normally get out of a supercar of this price and segment. However, it does get some niceties such as full LED headlamps and taillamps, a 12.0-inch fully-digital instrument cluster, driving modes, steering-mounted audio controls, leather interior, and an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, to name a few.
It also gets massive 20-inch alloy wheels as part of the standard equipment, which looks absolutely stunning.
All the details regarding the Aston Martin DB11, namely, the engine, specifications, variant wise equipment, colours, dimensions, interiors, and exterior details are extensively covered in the brochure.
Variants and Prices
As of mid-2020, the Aston Martin DB11 is available in a single variant, in the petrol-automatic configuration. It is priced at Rs. 4.05 crores for the sole Evolution variant(ex-showroom, Delhi). Also, grab the latest info on the new cars, only at autoX.