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Aston Martin DBS Successor-V12 Super GT-3

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Aston Martin DBS successor spied in pre-production guise

Aston Martin is working on a new V12 super-GT. It will replace the DBS Superleggera in the brand’s line-up. We got our first glimpse of the prototype last month. Now, new images have surfaced online that reveal the car’s pre-production bodywork.

The latest test mule of the DBS successor looks quite interesting. It has Aston Martin’s signature grille up front and a long hood with a pair of vents. It has the typical flared wheel arches and a bulbous rear end. Also, note the retractable door handles and the sculpted wing mirrors.

Aston Martin DBS Successor-V12 Super GT-1

The rear section appears to have been inspired by the limited-edition Aston Martin Valour. It features a flat fascia with an integrated spoiler and quad exhausts.

The V12-powered DBS successor is expected to use the same 5.2-liter twin-turbo engine from the DBS 770. That being said, it is likely to be upgraded. The engine produces 759 hp and 663 lb-ft of torque in its current spec. Rumors suggest that the new V12 super-GT could pack 820 hp.

Aston Martin DBS Successor-V12 Super GT-4

This new flagship Aston will take on Ferrari’s upcoming V12 grand tourer. It will be interesting to see how both cars compare on paper, as the latter will use a naturally aspirated V12 engine.

Aston Martin DBS Successor-V12 Super GT-2

Source: CarBuzz

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