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Aston Martin DB11 will replace DB9

So it’s official. The new Aston Martin DB11, due to debut in late 2016, is confirmed to be Aston Martin’s replacement for the DB9. The DB9 debuted in 2003 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, and CEO Andy Palmer has stated that “The current car is 12 years old now... so arguably we’ve missed a step.” 

Expected look of the DB11

Wondering why the jump from DB9 to DB11? It’s because the DB10 is the name for James Bond’s car in Spectre.

The DB10 in the new James Bond film, 'Spectre'.
The image above shows how the car is expected to look. It has been said that the DB11 will include a developed version of the Aston Martin V12, turbocharged for more power and efficiency.

The car is expected to debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2016. 
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