The 2017 Aston Martin DB11 will make a initial open entrance in Australia during a Classic Adelaide Rally this weekend as partial of a Adelaide Motorsport Festival.
Before initial patron deliveries of a new supercar embark during a finish of this year, a open will get a possibility to see a DB11 get put by a paces around a Adelaide Hills and get adult tighten and personal with a British grand tourer when it goes on display.
Formula One maestro and Le Mans winner, Vern Schuppan, will commander a DB11 by a Adelaide Hills as partial of a Classic Adelaide Rally’s ‘Marque Tour’ on Friday 18 Nov and Saturday 19 November.
On Saturday 20 Nov a DB11 will be on arrangement during a Victoria Park Sprint event, alongside Schuppan’s iconic ‘Almond Green’ Aston Martin DB2 – that was creatively granted in 1952 and recently easy in South Austrlalia.
Starting from $395,000 and on-road costs, a all-new DB11 is powered by a 5.2-litre twin-turbocharged V12 producing 447kW f energy and 700Nm of torque.
Drive is sent to a back wheels around a rear-mounted eight-speed involuntary delivery and a automatic limited-slip differential with active torque vectoring.
0-100km/h takes 3.9 seconds, on a approach to a tip strike of 322km/h.
Stay tuned to CarAdvice for some-more Aston Martin DB11 updates over the entrance months.
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