The 2020 Aston Martin DB11 is a Grand Tourer from Aston Martin the British luxury car manufacturer. Aston Martin DB11 2020 is a 2+2 tourer that stands out and triggers the release of dopamine. However, DB11 is also available with two turbo engines that sound fantastic and look like a stench. While the V-12 Biturbo is only available for the track-oriented Aston Martin DB11 AMR model, the regular coupé and the Volante convertible benefit from a velvety Biturbo V-8. Topless or not, the Aston cabin is beautiful and extremely customizable. The Aston Martin DB11 2020 changes from a chic boulevard cruiser to a corner terror at the driver’s choice.
While like the more voracious nature of the more powerful AMR variant, this isn’t necessarily the best example of a great tourer. Instead, think the Convertible Volante is the ultimate 2020 DB11 experience. Unfortunately, those who want the extra character of the V-12 engine will be disappointed, as the sunroof is only sold with the V-8. After selecting our favorite color and exterior paneling from the myriad of options and then sorting the extensive interior layouts, It’s also added the Bang & Olufsen audio system and touchpad controls for the infotainment system. The only other extras recommend are the heated steering wheel for cold days and the blind spot monitor, which can be used to monitor the backs of other drivers who are distracted by the inadequacy of our DB11 to see our turn signals.
2020 Aston Martin DB11 Interior
As expected, the interior of each DB11 is a classy environment that can be customized with chic leather colors and exotic materials. However, It’s noticed an inconsistent panel installation and surprisingly inexpensive switchgear. However, these problems are minor compared to otherwise extravagant and exciting experiences. Each model has a leather interior, heated front seats, and a passive entrance. Those who want more premium features can add a heated steering wheel and ventilated front seats. Unfortunately, there are not many storage options for small parts in the DB11 outside of the pull-out center console compartment, which contains the cup holder and a useful compartment.
The infotainment system is derived from Mercedes-Benz, with user-friendly controls and attractive menus. The 8.0-inch screen is controlled via a standard rotary control and a touchpad on the center console. With a 400-watt audio system and a SiriusXM satellite radio, Aston offers every DB11 a WiFi hotspot. Buyers can upgrade to a 700-watt audio system or a 1000-watt Bang & Olufsen device.
2020 Aston Martin DB11 Engine
The 2020 B11 offers two very different engine variants: a 4.0-liter V8 twin turbocharger and a 5.2-liter V12 twin turbo. The former produces 503 horsepower and 498 pound-feet of torque, while the latter produces 630 ponies and 516 pound-feet. Both pair with an eight-speed automatic transmission that transfers all this power to the rear wheels. DB11 is only tested a detuned version of the V-12 DB11 that made 600 horsepower and showed high speed, but Aston did not use the V-12 on non-AMR models. However, it recently drove the DB11 AMR in northern Germany. There is massive thrust and his athletic movements were combined with a melodic and ominous escape note. It also drives but didn’t test the two V-8 versions. The Aston Martin DB11 coupe has proven that fewer cylinders can be equally fast and feel bad. Likewise, the drop-top DB11 Volante drove was a great way to discover the south of France. Fortunately, although the Volante isn’t available with the V-12, it doesn’t sacrifice performance.
With a powerful V-8 and V-12 as the only engine for the 2020 DB11, fuel consumption is clearly a low priority. Still, the V-8 has respectable EPA estimates of 18 mpg in the city and on 24 highways. The 12-cylinder alternative is less economical with 15 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the highway. For comparison: The Bentley Continental GT with W-12 drive is even less efficient with 12 mpg in the city and 20 on the highway. It’s haven’t had a chance to test an Aston with either engine on our line at 120 km / h fuel. Therefore cannot judge the actual speed.
2020 Aston Martin DB11 Safety
The Aston Martin 2020 DB11 has not been tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). If you are interested in driver assistance technology, the buyer can add blind-spot monitoring and an automatic parking function, which makes parking easier for the driver. The most important security features include a standard 360-degree camera system, standard front, and rear parking sensors, and available 2020 Aston Martin DB11 parking assist.