Suggesting that it will build on the DB’s heritage that started 68 years ago with the 2-Liter Sports (aka DB1), the DB11 continues to hide most of its body in a new teaser video.
The footage partially shows the design of the hood, headlights and signature grille, while revealing the extended wheel arches and a fresh pattern for multi-spoke wheels, in an attempt to make us forget that we already saw it last week.
However, despite the numerous teasers, scoops and even leaked images, Aston Martin still keeps details on the new DB11 close to its chest. The only thing certain at this point is that the manufacturer will take the vehicle into the turbocharging era, with a 5.2-liter V12, that will send roughly 600hp to the rear wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission, with a manual gearbox also being rumored.
With the Geneva Motor Show just around the corner, we won’t be surprised if Aston will pull the covers off the new DB11 ahead of its official presentation, scheduled for March 1.