I just hope it gets the Aston VGT and Vulcan rear lights!
From what I understand, they skipped it because the DB9 was such a dramatic improvement over the DB7 going up by one didn't do the car justice.And i am still sitting here, not knowing what the frick happened to the DB8. And V8s don't count!
I agree 100% with you sir. 👍I think this DB11 should take cues from the One-77 or the Vantage models. And yes- the DB10 was incredibly plain. At least AM's like the One-77 and recent Vantage models were seductively aggressive. With this DB11 deal here, I don't really see seductive aggression. I'm just hoping Aston Martin doesn't start making bad looking cars after making very few bad-looking cars the previous decade (at least to me). It will be interesting to see what Aston Martin comes up with here.
Our source's interior shot also confirms this DB11 prototype is powered by a twin-turbocharged V12 engine, with the labelled switches clearly visible at the bottom of the instrument panel.