One of the most awaited cars from Aston Martin has finally emerged, the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera is produced to enlivened the super grand tourer class. DBS Superleggera is also going to be the rightful successor of Vanquish S.
The emergence of DBS Superleggera is the real step of Aston Martin to revive the iconic name that first appeared in 1967. In addition, the Grand Tourer also has a distinctive design of the Aston Martin Touring model on the bonnet.
Aston Martin DBS Superleggera is claimed to be an artistic collaboration that starts from DB4, DB5 and DB6 Mark I. By carrying out the design of the new halo model and using carbon fiber in the body panel section.
On the exterior, the Grand Tourer has a very modern design and has 2 21 wheel circle design options. Aston Martin also pinned Pirelli tires specifically developed for this car.
Aston Martin’s latest designing language is displayed through a roof design that resembles a DB11, while the stern with flat brake lights is adopted from Vantage. The rear spoiler and exhaust parts are not left behind to be designed aggressively to emphasize the strong character of the DBS Superleggera.
Going into the interior, seat and steering wheel wrapped with Alcantara material and available various additional personalization options for consumers.
In order to provide the perfect convenience for consumers, Aston Martin DBS Superleggera has a keyless entry system, tire pressure monitoring system, and 360-camera with Parking Distance Display and Park Assist, satellite navigation and wi-fi hub.
Engine, Torque & Transmission
In addition to the attractive appearance, the latest Aston Martin Grand Tourer has been armed with a 5.2-liter twin-turbo V12 engine that can spit out a maximum power of 715 hp at 6,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 900 Nm at 1,800-5,000 rpm. Aston Martin DBS Superleggera has a maximum speed of 339 km/hour.
This beasty engine is placed behind the vehicle chassis to maximize the center of gravity and weight distribution of the vehicle. Changing the position of the machine is also able to increase vehicle acceleration which only takes 3.4 seconds to travel 0-100 km/hr.
DBS Superleggera is capable of producing downforce of up to 180 kg on VMAX and is holding the highest achievement of Aston Martin. The latest Aston Martin Grand Tourer uses a rear drive wheel and is equipped with the latest ZF 8-speed automatic transmission.
Feeling the need to satisfy the appetite of speed lovers, Aston Martin embeds advanced features such as mechanical limited-slip differential and torque vectoring. Both of these features are going to make DBS Superleggera be able to produce a response like a supercar by perfecting the GT model.