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Aston Martin preparing for a debut of the DB11

Aston Martin have been hard at work on developing their successor model for the DB9 which is expected to be revealed as the new DB11. Over the past months we have seen a number of images of what seems to be the new car testing but now we have more evidence of the car which shows it out of prototype form undisguised undergoing some track testing. This is no doubt in order to demonstrate just what the car is going to be capable of and the kind of power and ability the DB11 will have. No time frame has been given as to when the car will officially debut and when it will go on sale but we would say at an estimate around a reveal next year and a potential launch at the end of next year or early 2017. However there is a lot more than meets the eye with the new car as we are about to find out.


What is worth knowing about the new DB11?

Well one of the first things we thought was worth mentioning is that the DB11 has not officially been revealed by the supercar brand but the news of the name did come from an insider within the company. However the big exciting news is that with so much power already on offer from Aston Martin vehicles, power could be set to take the next step with plans to turbocharge the new models engine. Checks were ran on the plate of the car that was spied testing and when results came back it shown a six litre V12 turbocharged engine underneath the bonnet. No confirmation has been given that this is the engine that will be used in the car but if testing information is anything to go by, then we could be in for an exciting driving experience with the DB11.


What could challenge the DB11 when it comes to power and ability?

It could prove to be quite tricky at this stage to look at potential rivals for the new model but if the engine is carried over to the car and does come supercharged then there is a chance we could be looking more towards the likes of the Continental GT from Bentley and the Jaguar XK. The new DB11 could very well be the most powerful and most agile Aston Martin car ever put on sale alongside the likes of the Vanquish if the test model is anything to go by and it will be interesting to see what changes Aston Martin do plan to make to the car if any.