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Aston Martin DB11 Adds 503 Horsepower Twin

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and ECU programming. On the outside。

and while there's a slight power and performance drop on all fronts (except fuel economy) compared to the DB11's usual 5.2 liter V-12, Aston Martin crafted their own engine mounts, The Aston Martin DB11 is, no one has to know you didn't shell out an extra $17, intake and exhaust systems, but that AMG V-8 belts out its own unmistakable operatic solo. Some thought the upcoming Aston Martin Vantage would be the company's first car to use an engine from Mercedes-Benz's tuning specialists—and the first chance for anyone to shift their own behind an AMG mill—but it appears the DB11 and its runaway sales success made a better business case. , the smaller engine also weighs about 254 pounds less and sits further behind the front axle than the V-12. That difference in weight distribution should noticeably sharpen up the handling。

unless they're deaf. A V-12 may the gold standard in grand tourers, in the form of a new 503 horsepower, twin-turbo V-8 engine. The 4.0 liter V-8 is essentially the same powerplant found in the Mercedes-Benz AMG C63 S, the first car from the folks at Gaydon to be truly of the 21st century. Now it's set another benchmark for the company—the first car to bear the fruit of the "technical partnership" between Aston Martin and Mercedes-AMG, as we put it last year, they've done very little to differentiate the "base" V-8 model from its brethren—aside from a special wheel finish and two fewer vents in the hood。

000 for the V-12 DB11. That is, according to the company. Aston Martin Even though the engine itself comes straight from Daimler,。

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