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Aston-Martin DBS

Aston-Martin DBS

  Ever since the classic DBS's introduction in 1967, it has been a star on the screen starting with its role in the 1969 James Bond film, On Her Majesty's Secret Service. It then showed up in modern 007 flicks like Casino Royale. The DBS started out life as a 4.0 Liter 325 HP grand tourer and was reborn in 2007 as an upgraded DBR9 powered by a 6.0 Liter V12 and a front end filled with more vents than the race car. With its unique design and pure performance potential, the coach built super car was designed to fill the gap between road and track offering the ultimate expression of Aston Martin’s engineering and technical ability. The DBS offers pure performance without compromise. At $265,000 the rear wheel drive 510 HP hand built super car is capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 MPH in four seconds flat and will reach a top speed of 196 MPH. The DBS can be distinguished from the DB9 by its deeper front spoiler, extra-wide intake, large rear spoiler, 20" wheels, and wider rear track.


The highly anticipated Bond…James Bond…film, "Casino Royale," opens this week in theaters around the world and Bond lovers will play close attention to actor Daniel Craig, the new 007—what he’s wearing, who’s on his arm and certainly, what he drives. When it comes to Bond’s vehicles in "Casino Royale," Ford takes center stage. The movie features the new Aston Martin DBS Aston Martin DBS as well as the refreshed Ford Mondeo. "Casino Royale" continues Ford’s longstanding relationship (...)

The Aston Martin DBS was supposed to be a secret until the Casino Royale will go on stage on 17 November, but the car is more high profile than new 007 Daniel Craig himself. Car Magazine caught the new DBS totaly undisguised. You can see from the photos the detailed aerodynamics, with an F1-style diffuser and subtle boot spoiler to sucker the coupe to the road. Those tarnished exhausts aren’t the beautifully milled, finished article but otherwise the flagship DB9’s rear end is complete. The (...)
Source: CarMagazine
A new 2008 model was caught at Nurburgring testing! The DBRS9 is the production version of the Aston Martin DBS used in the Casino Royale movie. Aston Martin will build only 300 cars a year -at a price of $250000- based on the DB9. The DBRS9 features a wider track, lower ground clearance, bolder air intakes and a performance boost from 450 to 500 hp from the V12 under the (...)

A new 2008 model was caught at Nurburgring testing! The DBRS9 is the production version of the Aston Martin DBS used in the Casino Royale movie.

Aston Martin will build only 300 cars a year -at a price of $250000- based on the DB9. The DBRS9 features a wider track, lower ground clearance, bolder air intakes and a performance boost from 450 to 500 hp from the V12 under the hood.

Source: Motorfull
The duPont REGISTRY’s Exotic Car Buyers Guide introduces eight "Best" Awards for 2007. This special issue features the best and newest in the market based on top speed, performance, head-turning body styling and value for the price. This exclusive list was developed in effort to assist buyers in their luxury purchasing as the shipments of new models arrive. The issue is available on newsstands September 26th featuring the 2007 Saleen S7 Twin Turbo on its cover. Top Exotic Cars (...)
A PistonHeads photographer caught the new DBS on testing at Nurburgring. The DBS is the car that James Bond will use in the movie Casino Royale due out in November. The DBS is based DB9, it is powered by a V12 engine with an output of 500hp. The model is limited to 300 units. "The DBS continues our proud and lengthy association with James Bond. The DBS is not of the understated elegance of a DB9, nor the youthful agility of the V8 Vantage. It is explosive power in a black tie and has its (...)
Source: Pistonheads

Car Magazine got the chance to take some photos of the 2007 DBS during some testing in Nurburgring. As you might know the honed DB9, which runs a V12 engine upgraded to 530bhp will make its debut in the new Bond movie, Casino Royale this November. The production version will make its world debut at the Detroit auto show in January 2007. The 6.0 liter V12 engine has been upgraded for secret service duty so in for the DBS it will have a maximum horsepower output of 530 hp. Power is sent to (...)
Source: Car magazine
Top Gear did their best to find the Sexiest Car in the World, and... they did... the Fiat 500 is the Sexiest Car in the World. Ok, now lets be serious... that car is anything but sexy: is slow, is stumpy, anything else but sexy... Top Gear editor James May said "Our No. 1 sexiest car, the Fiat 500, advertises nothing about its owner, except that it’s someone who doesn’t need to try. So you look, and you know. You would, wouldn’t you?" No, actully we wouldn’t! Top Gear’s top 10 (...)

The new DBS is expected to replace the Vanquish at the top of Aston’s lineup next year. It is based on an uprated version of the DB 9, has a wider track and lower ground clearance, bold scoops and air intakes in the front, and according to rumours the V12 engine’s performance was boosted from 450 bhp to over 500 bhp. The new V8 is expected to come onto market within the next six months. It will have the same 380hp V8 under the hood and it will send the power to the rear wheels through a (...)

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