There is no doubt that one of the cars we are anxiously waiting to be revealed at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show is the new Aston Martin DB11. Set to replace the DB9, the looks of Aston Martin’s new Grand Tourer has been leaked a couple of weeks back, giving us an idea of how it will look like.
And it seems that those leaks might just be the real thing as a set of images have surfaced on the internet and they do look convincing enough as the official images. There are no pictures of the interior just yet, but surely we will have an abundance of them once the DB11 has been properly introduced by Aston Martin.
The new DB11 marks a new chapter for Aston Martin as it did not only ditched the repetitive design that they had used for quite some time, it is also one of the brand’s first car to benefit from the Mercedes-AMG partnership. The DB11 adopts styling cues lifted from recent studies like the DBX crossover, the DB10 and even the CC110 centenary special.
Aston Martin has already confirmed the existence of a new 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine that could produce an output of around 600-horsepower, possibly offered with either an eight-speed automatic or a six-speed manual transmission.