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Snapped! Aston Martin's new DB11 sports car

It's our first sneaky look at Aston Martin’s V12-engined DB9 replacement. Like it?

Here’s your first proper look at the new Aston Martin DB11. Well, as much of a look as that camouflage will allow.

These sneaky pictures have surfaced showcasing the lovely new silhouette of Aston Martin’s DB9 replacement, here spotted on the road undergoing final tuning ahead of an expected Geneva Motor Show debut.

What can we tell you about the DB11? Not much. We do know that the new GT car will sport an entirely new chassis architecture, along with an Aston Martin-developed, brand-new 5.2-litre twin-turbocharged V12 engine.

Yes, that’s right, a turbocharged Aston Martin GT car. Though don’t worry, because – to our ears at least – it will sound good enough. Have a listen here.

Power is expected to be around 600bhp – at least to begin with – and you can expect to see the new DB11 in showrooms later this year. 

Before that though, you’ll see these pictures demonstrate a basic silhouette similar to the DB9’s. Here, though, it somehow looks more lithe, more taut. 

We’ll of course bring you the first pictures and proper official details of the DB11 as soon as we have them. Until then, have a click through the gallery above and let us know what you think

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