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2020 Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato revealed

Aston Martin has revealed the final design of the limited-edition DBS GT Zagato, ahead of its scheduled production run next year. Just 19 examples of the DBS GT Zagato will be produced, paired with the DB4 GT Zagato Continuation to complete the DBZ Centenary Collection. Prices started at £6 million ($10...

2020 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante priced from $559,000 – UPDATE

Aston Martin has dropped the top on the DBS Superleggera, revealing the Volante ahead of customer deliveries later this year. UPDATE, 1/7/19: Aston Martin’s local arm has confirmed the DBS Superleggera Volante will start arriving during the fourth quarter of 2019, priced from $559,000 plus on-road costs. Let's take it from the top...

Aston Martin reveals 007-themed DBS Superleggera

Aston Martin loves a James Bond special, which is fitting given 007 tends to choose the marque's grand tourers as his main form of transport. UPDATE, 22/5/19: Aston Martin's local division has confirmed the DBS Superleggera OHMSS edition is available for $661,007 plus on-road costs. See bottom of article for more details...

Aston Martin DBS 59 revealed - UPDATE

Q by Aston Martin – the marque's bespoke division – has revealed the DBS 59, a very limited edition commemorating the DBR1's historic win at Le Mans in 1959. UPDATE, 2/11/18: Aston Martin's local division has confirmed the DBS 59 will only be available through Aston Martin's Cambridge dealer in the UK...

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante spied undisguised

Photographers have snapped images of the upcoming Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante without camouflage this week, giving a very clear look at what to expect from the drop-top super-GT. Expect most of the coupe's running gear to feature in the Volante, with a folding fabric soft-top replacing the fixed metal roof. That means a brawny 533kW/900Nm 5...

Configurator Challenge: Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, featuring 'Nick'

Customisation is in vogue at the moment, but choice can be seriously confusing. In our configurator challenge, we let the CarAdvice team loose on a manufacturer’s website to create their ideal spec of a certain model. For this edition of the Configurator Challenge, we’re designing our perfect Aston Martin DBS Superleggera...

2019 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera revealed

Aston Martin has revealed its lightweight DBS Superleggera, reviving two legendary nameplates to create a new 'Super GT' replacement for the Vanquish S. In keeping with the formula laid out by the Vanquish, the DBS is powered by a big V12 engine. It's the same 5.2-litre twin-turbo unit from the DB11, tuned to make a whopping 533kW and 900Nm of torque...

2019 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera leaked

The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, replacement for the current Vanquish, has been leaked via social media this week ahead of the new model's official reveal sometime later this month. Posted on Instagram by user @motor_magnet, the image shows the front end of a black vehicle, previewing some of the changes to expect over the 'standard' DB11...

2019 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera spied

The hotter Aston Martin DBS Superleggera has been spied flaunting its extra vents and tougher stance on the Nurburgring. In case you were wondering, this set of photos is actually two cars – one snapped in Southern Europe during hot-weather testing, and one high-speed testing on the Nurburgring. Power is expected to come from a pumped-up version of the 5...

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante spied

A development prototype believed to be the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante has been spied this week, giving us a first look at the upcoming convertible flagship for the British marque. We've already seen one teaser for the DBS Superleggera, announced a month ago ahead of a reveal sometime in June, and we can expect this new model to be an all-out version of the current DB11 – much like how the previous DBS was a more powerful version of the DB9...

Aston Martin DB9, DBS, Virage and Vanquish recalled

Aston Martin Lagonda has recalled the DB9, DBS, Virage and Vanquish, over concerns an in-cabin battery supply cable could cause a fire. If the driver seat is pushed all the way back in affected cars, it could compress (and damage) the battery supply cable. According to the company, this can happen when the driver manually puts the seat back (likely, if they're tall) or, in some cases, if the seat loses its calibration...