The new Aston Martin DB12 presented by the British brand establishes a milestone in the history of the company for being its first superturismo. Replacing the iconic DB11comes at a special time, as Gaydon’s firm celebrates its 110th anniversary and the DB saga celebrates 75 years of existence.

With impressive dimensions, the Aston Martin DB12 stands out for its length of 4.72 meters, a width of 2.06 meters and a height of 1.29 meters. In addition, it has a wheelbase of 2.8 meters and tracks widened by 6 millimeters at the front and 22 millimeters at the rear. All this translates into a total weight of 1,685 kilograms.

A distinctive element of the DB12 are its 21-inch forged alloy wheels. Aston Martin offers up to three different designs that not only enhance its aesthetics, but also reduce up to 8 kilos compared to the DB11 wheels.

In terms of design, the Aston Martin DB12 maintains the characteristic aesthetic of its predecessor, with a front highlighted by an imposing grill where the emblematic logo of the brand is located. At the rear, the roof features a progressive drop that ends abruptly at an angle, where the taillights are located.

Insidethe Aston Martin DB12 offers exceptional luxury with high-quality detailslike the aromatic leather of Bridge of Weir hand sewn. Also has two 10.25-inch digital displays, one for the dashboard and one for the multimedia system. Despite the digitization, Aston Martin has included physical buttons to control important aspects, such as climate control and driving modes.

The heart of the Aston Martin DB12 is a powerful 4.0-liter V8 engine capable of generating an impressive power of 625 horseswhich allows you to reach the 325 km/h top speed without any effort. Besidesaccelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds. The transmission is an eight-speed sequential automatic, and the vehicle is self-propelled.

The British firm has improved the power steering system to offer a more direct response and has incorporated a electronic rear differential E-Diff that improves the agility of the group.

The DB12 features five driving modes, to which are added four others that modify the response of the stability control. These latter modes include Wet, On, Circuit and Off mode, offering options tailored to different driving conditions and preferences.

The structure of the Aston Martin DB12, composed mainly of aluminium, has made it possible to increase torsional rigidity by 7% compared to its predecessor. As for the braking system, the DB12 has 400-millimeter cast-iron discs on the front axle and 360-millimeter discs on the rear axle as standard equipment.

From its imposing exterior design to its luxurious interior, this vehicle embodies the luxury and exclusivity that characterize the British brand.

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