During a 2017 Best Driver’s Car competition, a Aston Martin DB11 finished passed last, behind another grand tourer with reduction cachet, a Lexus LC 500. On this part of Head 2 Head, a dual cars are behind for a rematch, usually this time a Aston Martin packs a twin-turbo V-8 instead of a V-12.
Thanks to a technical partnership between Aston Martin and Mercedes-AMG, a DB11 gets a version of AMG’s twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 as a bottom engine. The section pumps out 503 hp and 498 lb-ft of torque, and carrying 4 reduction cylinders means there’s reduction weight in a nose. The Lexus, on a other hand, creates 471 hp and 398 lb-ft from a naturally aspirated 5.0-liter V-8. Both cars are heavy, though a Lexus has a Aston kick by some-more than 400 pounds. There’s also a matter of price, as a DB11 starts during some-more than twice a cost of a LC 500. Despite these differences, how do a dual oppulance GTs review on a road? Surprisingly, they’re very close. The Lexus edges out a Aston when it comes to interior quality, engine noise, and comfort, though a Aston emerges as a some-more enchanting automobile to drive.
To settle a tie, a hosts take both cars to a track, where a Lexus surprises with a startling agility. The Aston proves to also be sincerely good when pushed to a limit. It’s once again roughly too tighten to call, though eventually usually one automobile can be admitted a leader of this Head 2 Head. Find out that one is a higher grand tourer in a full part below.