2013 Aston Martin DBS V12 Supercar
Ladies and gentleman, time to take out your magnifying glasses and open a couple of windows to compare these fresh scoop pictures of the 2014 Aston Martin DBS to its current namesake.
Note that according to some sources, Aston Martin may replace the DBS nameplate with a new one, though we have yet to hear this from channels.
To save you some research time, we can tell you that the 2013 model year DBS or whatever Aston Martin decides to call it, adopts some styling cues from the One-77 such as the more heavily arched front and rear panels, the door mirrors along with new front and rear lights, and grille and bumper designs.
If your mind goes to a heavy facelift, you are right as it’s not only the styling that remains more or less the same, but its underpinnings, including the chassis and the V12 engine, as well.
Of course, Aston Martin engineers will fettle around with the VH alloy frame and its suspension components as well as with the 6.0-liter V12 engine, which should produce around 550-horses (558PS), up from the current model’s 510hp (517PS).
Other rumored changes include a brand new interior with modern gadgetry and features.
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