Aston Martin Simplifies the DB11 V8 Before It Goes Electric

Aston Martin’s DB11 lineup is being simplified in order to make Room for an electric Version

The DB1 lineup is being overhauled, but it's not as bad as you may think

The DB11 V-8 gets a bump in power - from 503 to 528 hp, which is enough for a 192 mph top speed

The DB11 V-8 can also be had with the Sport Plus Seats, which were previously exclusive to the V-12 models

The V-12 is still available, but the Superleggera and AMR nameplates are being dropped

That said, the two V-12 versions still have an output of 630 and 715 hp, while the top speed is 208 and 211 mph, respectively

The DBS also gets new 21-inch wheel options

Thre new interior "environments - Inspire, Accelerate, and Create - are available, each promissing a different experience

The new options can be previewed through Aston Martin's new configurator

However, no official pricing has been listed yet

The revised DB11 and DBS can be ordered from 2022

As for the DB11's eletrification, could we see a V-8 hybrid, similar to what Mercedes did with the AMG GT Four-door?

In the meantime, the twin-turbo V-12 will still be available, at least for now

Swipe up to learn what's new about the DB11 and DBS

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