Aston Martin DB11


Aston Martin DB11


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Body style Coupe
Fuel type Petrol
Mileage - Highway (kmpl) 6 kmpl
Mileage - City (kmpl) 3 kmpl
Seating Capacity 4
Transmission type Automatic
Engine Displacement (cc) 5198 cc
Top Speed (kmph) 322
Acceleration (0-100 kmph) 3.9
Warranty (Years) 3
Warranty (Kilometres) Unlimited


Length (mm) 4739
Width (mm) 1940
Height (mm) 1279
Dimensions 4739x1940x1279
Wheelbase (mm) 2805
Kerb Weight (kg) 1770
No of Doors 2
Seating Capacity 4
No of Seating Rows 2


Engine type 5.2L bi-turbo Petrol Engine
Engine Description 600bhp 48V 5.2L bi-turbo Petrol Engine
Engine Displacement (cc) 5198 cc
Cylinders 12, V
Max power (bhp) 600
Max power (rpm) 6500
Max torque (Nm) 700
Max torque (rpm) 1500
Valves per cylinder 4, DOHC
Turbocharger/supercharger No
Turbocharge type No
Driving modes Electronic Presets
Manual shifting for automatic Paddle Shift
Engine start-stop No
Compression ratio 9.3:1
Dual clutch Yes
Sport mode Yes


Transmission type Automatic
No of gears 8
Drive train AWD

Suspension System

Front Suspension Independent double wishbone, coil springs, anti-roll bar and adaptive dampers
Rear Suspension Multi-link, coil springs, anti-roll bar and adaptive dampers

Steering Type

Steering Type Power assisted (Electric)
Steering Adjustment Electric Tilt & Telescopic

Brake Type

Front Brake Disc
Rear Brake Disc


Fuel type Petrol
Mileage - Highway (kmpl) 6 kmpl
Mileage - City (kmpl) 3 kmpl
Fuel Tank Capacity (litres) 78
Emission Norm Compliance BS IV

Wheels & Tyres

Tyre Type Tubeless
Front Tyre Size 255 / 40 R20
Rear Tyre Size 295 / 35 R20
Wheels Alloy Wheels
Spare wheel Alloy
Wheel Size 20 inches


August 16, 2017 by Car Malik

Aston martin DB11: Featuring Ahead The Aston Martin DB11 replaces the existing DB9 with a completely new aluminum structure which eases the upcoming Aston Martin cars, an all new 5.2 Litre, twin turbocharged, V12 unit is employed which generates an impressive 600 Hp of peak power, an aerodynamic exterior body shell and the luxury which…