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ASTON MARTIN DBS Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 1967
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Coupé (two-door)
 

2019 - Present

In April 2019, Aston Martin showed the open-top version of its top-model, the DBS Superleggera. In the tradition of the British Company, the cabriolet was named Volante. It is strange that Aston Martin struggled to make a super-light (Superleggera) coupe, and then it added 150 kg (330 lbs) by chopping off the roof. The good thing about the added weight to the rear part of the car is that it b...

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gasoline engines:

  ASTON MARTIN DBS Superleggera Volante 5.2L V12 8AT (725 HP)

2018 - Present

The Superleggera nameplate first came to be in 1967. The British luxury car manufacturer marked the name's return on the grand tourer market with the DBS Superleggera in 2018. The new model represents a genteel, extremely stylish and sophisticated take on the fast-luxury coupe segment. The DBS Superleggera is equipped with a 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine paired with a new rear-m...

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gasoline engines:

  ASTON MARTIN DBS Superleggera 5.2L V12 8AT (725 HP)

2008 - 2012

Aston Martin revived the DBS nameplate in 2007 at the Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance after a 35-year hiatus for the British grand tourer. Based on the same VH platform as the DBR9, the DBS appeared just before the 2007 world financial crisis began and bit the automotive industry. But that didn't stop the British car manufacturer from creating one of the last products developed and...

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  ASTON MARTIN DBS 5.9L V12 6AT (517 HP)

  ASTON MARTIN DBS 5.9L V12 6MT (517 HP)

1967 - 1972

Designed as a four-seat grand tourer, the DBS was the rightful successor of the DB6. Still, the carmaker was somehow afraid to let it drive the brand alone on the market, and the two GT cars were offered side by side for three years. By the mid-60s, Aston Martin's victory in Le Mans was not yet forgotten, and rich people still asked for a British grand tourer. Thus, the carmaker felt obl...

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