2019 Aston Martin DBS Concept Specs Review
2019 Aston Martin DBS. Not much is known about the upcoming Aston Martin DBS, but spy shots indicate the design inspired by DB11. This is far from surprising, although the DB11 was used to introduce the latest design language for the company. Much like the DB9, which inspired the rest of the Aston Martin lineup again today, the DB11 will lend many of its features to the new credit and Aston Martin DBS. Of course, the Aston Martin DBS will be the most aggressive of the trio in terms of design, but also as far as performance goes.
There’s a lot of hype about the new DB11 and its first ever turbo engines, a new platform and a new friendship with the Mercedes AMG, and there’s definitely a hype coming from the hybrid monster Valkyrie. However, let’s not forget the most beautiful product Martin Aston Martin alive (unarguably when touched by Zagato), which continues to drive the role of science until at least even, with the “energy drink” co-production, up hypercar. Aston Martin DBS is with us since 2012 and of course brand new 2019 Aston Martin DBS has been doing “naughty babe” about green hell (where else?).
The car profile is actually identical to the DB11 in bulk, but another hint that Aston Martin used the latter as a base for the test vehicle. But while the front fender belt, lateral skirts, muscle beltleine, the ceiling are identical to the DB11, the nose and bonnet are noticeably shorter. This is because while the DB11 is a traditional Grand Torr, the Aston Martin DBS is intended to fill the supercar.The front-loaded front axle is again similar to the DB11, the heavy cladding on the center fascia and the deck cover prevents us from getting a good look at most features, but still We can see some difference. For beginners, brand new sports models LEDs.
While the DB11 has thin, C-shaped clusters that extend to the trunk cover, the Aston Martin DBS has a simpler design with bar-shaped units. What’s more, the cladding on the trunk cover can hide the horizontal bar running on the entire rear view, similar to Porsche 911.The publisher is similar again to the DB11, but the middle section has more aggressive wings hinted at the superior performance of Aston Martin DBS’s. Although it is not in its final stage, the quad-tube exhaust layout replaces the dual-core DB11 configuration. With no spy shots inside, it’s hard to predict what Aston Martin DBS has in store inside the cabin, but there is a great chance I will borrow some signals from DB11. What we can assume is that it will be a brand new design compared to the outgoing 2019 Aston Martin DBS.
Look for a clean yet sporty dashboard layout, a racing-inspired racing range, a 12-inch TFT DB11 screen, and a flat-bottom steering wheel with redesigned controls. It will provide entertainment information screen and TFT eight-inch rotary control with access to all applications. The optional touchpad with character recognition, multi-touch and gesture support available in DB11 must find its way to Aston Martin DBS as well. As with any Aston Martin there, the 2019 Aston Martin DBS will get new upholstery materials and finishes, and the usual “almost limitless” combinations of color, veneer, And metal trimming. Look for soft leather and Alcantara highlighted stitching variance and pipes and new finishes such as “Nexus” quilts and “heavenly” hole.
We mentioned that the Aston Martin DBS is the current flag of the brand, so the power should go north DB11 as much as the price does. The new 2019 Aston Martin DBS will borrow a DB11 platform and we assume the new V12 engine, but certainly no turbo double V8 (though how glorious it is). Now a tear or two shed as a “natural breathing” operation of the current internal combustion device 5.9 liters goes into history and a new 5.2 liter V12 with two sets of turbines and compressors (just read two turbo) arrives.
At any time, the old V12 was only old (very old), while the new one is a masterpiece, and in the case of 2019 Aston Martin DBS, it should increase more than the current DB11 at 600 hp. Maybe 650 hp, maybe even 700 hp … This also means that 3.6 seconds to 60 miles per hour achieved by cheaper brothers is the number that will be hit, and hopefully by a lot of tens of thousands. Currently, Aston Martin DBS S model pumps of 580 hp and does 0-60 act in 3.5 seconds. 8-speed automatic follow-through, while there are hints of hybrid version is also possible, but it is too early to discuss this production.
Expect to arrive next year or perhaps early months of 2019 one. Pricing for the next Aston Martin DBS is a clear mystery at this point, but it’s safe to assume that the new generation model will cost more than the current version. With the available 2019 Aston Martin DBS S priced at $294,950, the next generation coupe is likely to cost more than $300,000 before the options. And yes, some bit of technology in the form of adaptive cruise control and a decent entertainment information system really will not hurt either, but we already know that they are coming, among other things, thanks to Mercy’s generosity.