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Gallery: Aston Martin DB11 in Switzerland

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Aston Martin Geneva has commissioned a spectacular new photoshoot, starring the brand’s latest and greatest Grand Tourer, the Aston Martin DB11. Shot in various locations in rural Switzerland, these photos are completely unmissable, even if you don’t particularly like the car itself.

We do realize some of you may want some talk of the car here, but let’s just immerse ourselves in the beauty of the Aston Martin DB11 and the wonderful sceneries of the Swiss countryside first. You’ll find some facts and figures about the car after the gallery:

Photos by Future Photography via Aston Martin Geneva

Aston Martin DB11 Highlights:

  • All-alloy quad overhead cam, 48 valve, 5.2l bi-turbo, V12 with stop/start cylinder de-activation
  • Front mid-mounted engine, rear-wheel drive
  • Fully catalysed stainless steel exhaust system with cross pipes
  • Electrically controlled exhaust
  • Maximum power: 447kW (600 bhp / 608 PS) at 6500 rpm
  • Maximum torque: 700 Nm (516 lb ft) from 1500 rpm
  • Acceleration: 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in 3.9 seconds
  • Maximum Speed: 200 mph (322 km/h)
  • Rear mid-mounted eight-speed automatic gearbox with electronic shift-by-wire control system
  • Alloy torque tube with carbon fibre propeller shaft
  • Limited-slip differential
  • Extruded bonded aluminium body structure including Hot Form Quenched (HFQ) aluminium
  • All aluminium door structures
  • LED headlamps with integrated daytime running, side lights and cornering lights
  • LED light blade tail-lamps
  • Deployable spoiler with Aston Martin Aeroblade™ system
  • One-piece clamshell with cinching latches
  • Curlicue aero feature in front wing
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