2024 Aston Martin DB12
We anticipated something very exciting from Gaydon this year because 2023 will mark the 110th anniversary of Aston Martin as well as the 75th anniversary of the brand’s DB series. The Aston Martin DB12 lineup, which includes a more powerful engine, new exterior and interior designs, and upgraded suspension, has just been unveiled by the carmaker, ending the wait. The new product is so highly regarded by Aston Martin that it is referred to as “the most complete and accomplished DB model” in the history of the company and the first super tourer in the world. However, to answer your main query right away, no, there hasn’t been any discussion of V12 power. However, the Mercedes-AMG 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 now produces far more power than it did previously, making the DB12 even more potent than the DB11 V12.
Engine, Performance & Acceleration
Welcoming the most recent DB model also means bidding farewell to the previous 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V-12 Cylinder engine. At least until Aston introduces a prospective AMR performance model, the only available engine is a twin-turbo V-8 with the same previous displacement of 4.0L. However, Aston has significantly increased the amount of power available, mostly by enlarging the turbos, altering the compression ratios, and revamping the cooling system. Peak power for the new and enhanced V-8 is 671 Horsepower at 6000 rpm and peak torque is 590 lb-ft between 2750 and 6000 rpm. These numbers are not only much greater than the previous V-8’s 528 horses and 513 pound-feet but also higher than the previous V-12’s 630 Horsepower and 516 pound-feet. The upgraded 4.0-liter continues to drive the rear axle through an 8-speed Auto gearbox with a smaller final-drive ratio.
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Price of New 2024 Aston Martin DB12 In India
The prices of all new Aston Martin DB12 is around $245,000 USD for basic and $260,000 for high performance DB12 Volante. The supercar is expected to get starting price of over 4.5 Crore in India which is pretty insane.