There is no lack of designers. In reality, you can consider them backyard mechanisms, only on a digital level. Basically, anyone using an Adobe and also stylus subscription is regarded as an artist. There are a handful of very good artists out there, some who are more talented than most, and designer Tedoradze falls into this class. His latest bit of work is an impressive one it’s a rendering of a successor to the Aston Martin DB11. Called the DB12, this is exactly what the future of Aston Martin could seem to be. Do you concur?
ASTON MARTIN DB12 RENDERING
Compared to the Aston Martin DB11, the coupe you see this is comfortable but evolved in all the right ways. The front end is more with front fenders and headlights. The headlights of the DB11 are resculpted to be more and thinner. As a result of the nose, the grille sits lower than before, eliminating any need for an air dam but allowing the introduction of a fresh set of vents.
The side profile does resemble that of the current DB11, but the important thing to know here is how much wider the body is, giving the appearance that the greenhouse sits on top of the body.
The rear end is equally as striking, however, it has a heavily customized look to it — something that reminds me of the add-ons from Need for Speed Underground 2, for instance. The ride height does perform to its advantage and the taillights that are brand new are a huge improvement compared to those on the present DB11. The cool part about the layout here is how the roof and back glass look more integrated. Thus, from the front, you receive that bubble seems, but in the rear, this thing is a competitive coupe.
Don’t get too excited, though, as Aston Martin has a history of riding out its DB models as long as possible.
The DB9, as an example, was available from 2004 all the way to be precise. The mid-2020s is your earliest possible period for a successor to come into life Together with the DB11 taking over from there, but that feels somewhat early. If Aston Martin retains the DB11 on the market for just so long, we may not observe the DB12 before the turn of this decade.
|Aston Martin DB11 V-8||Aston Martin DB11 AMR|
|Engine||4.0-Liter V-8||5.2-Liter V-12|
|Horsepower||503 HP||630 HP|
|Torque||513 LB-FT||516 LB-F|
|Fuel||Premium Gasoline||Premium Gasoline|
|0-60 MPH||3.9 Seconds||3.7 Seconds|
|Topspeed||200 MPH||208 MPH|