The DB11 will be a consolation since the DB10 shown in Spectre was never intended for production.
The last model actually seen on the roads was the DB9. The next on line DB10 was recently shown in the James Bond 007 film Spectre. The Aston Martin DB10 was only built for the film.
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We saw Daniel Craig having a wild adventure with the DB10 before being dumped into a river. Although the DB10 was never intended for production it was still nice to look at.
As a consolation it will give pleasure to the fans to know the DB11 is on its way. The DB11 will be the official replacement of the DB9. Many have claimed to have seen camouflaged DB11 prototypes running around Europe.
The DB10 has supposedly been under testing for a while now. Finally it seems someone has captured proof of the DB11’s existence. Allegedly a photographer took a photo and the image was posted to Twitter.
The image shows the front of the upcoming DB11 before its world debut. The Aston Martin DB11 is slated for a world debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
The spy photo shows the DB11 has bigger and road legal headlights. The traditional Aston grille has been retained which gives it an incredibly sculpted hood. In contrast the DB10 was shark-nosed and aggressive, according to AutoBlog.
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Meanwhile the DB11 has a more traditional and profoundly powerful look. The spy image does prove the DB11 will fit right into the Aston Martin DB line-up.