The new Aston Martin DB 12 makes its world debut: features, engine and more
Aston Martin DB12 (Photo: Aston Martin)
Aston Martin considers the DB 12 a super touring car and rates it as one of the best DB models of all time.
After making all motor lovers wait for so long, finally, the British luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin, on the occasion of its 110th anniversary, presented an all-new DB12. The brand considers the sports car as a super tourism. Also, qualifying it as one of the best DB models of all time.
As per the details shared by the company, the car will be launched in the UK first. Later, it could reach other shores of the world. UK customers will start receiving deliveries from Q3 2023.
The new feature-laden and performance-oriented Aston Martin DB12 comes with a choice of a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine, producing a maximum power of 671PS and 800Nm of peak torque. The unit was paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission and features multiple drive modes including Individual, Wet, GT, Sport, and Sport+. The company claims that the supercar can sprint from 0 to 60 km/h in 3.5 seconds and has a top speed of 325 km/h.
Features and style of the Aston Martin DB12
The company has packed some advanced features into the four wheeler which makes it stand out from the crowd. It has an all-new suspension system with the latest adaptive dampers, Electronic Power Assist Steering (EPAS) Direct System, Electronic Rear Differential (E-Diff) and Electronic Stability Control to help the driver feel more grounded in the road while driving. proof. to the edge.
Wheel and brake Aston Martin DB12
The DB12 has been fitted with cast iron 400mm front discs and 360mm rear discs. However, customers can choose more performance-oriented carbon ceramic brakes (CCBs), which provide superior stopping power. The car comes equipped with 21-inch wheels wrapped in specially designed Michelin Pilot Sports 5S tires.
Meanwhile, to enhance driver engagement and performance intensity, the brand is also introducing a revised (lowered) final drive ratio (3,083:1) and unique transmission shift calibration on the DB12.