Aston Martin DB11 'James Bond' supercar costs more than 16 billion to dock in Vietnam

This is the only DB11 model in Vietnam that owns the yellow Kopi Bronze. This super car is equipped with 4.0L twin turbocharged V8 developed by Mercedes-AMG.

Aston Martin Vietnam said that it has successfully approved the DB11 Kopi Bronze in Hanoi. This is the only DB11 in Vietnam to own Kopi Bronze gold color inspired by pure coffee color. Known immediately after customs clearance, this car has been ordered by a customer and is preparing to hand over to the owner.

Outstanding in the exterior is a set of sports wheels with 2-tone multi-tone colors of 20 inches. The car is equipped with a contrasting yellow brake clamp and brake disc made of carbon ceramic material.

The body of the DB11 has a powerful aerodynamic design, combined with the car's wind vents, the wheel cavity or the "virtual" rear spoiler to help the car tighten onto the road surface at high speed.

This version of Vietnam this time uses a V8 engine developed by Mercedes-AMG. In addition to V8, DB11 version also has more advanced version using V12 engine.

The DB11 has a clock cluster that is a 12-inch full-color TFT LCD screen, while the second 8-inch screen is positioned in the center.

Inside the car is a space of sporty interior that is luxurious, this is the difference of the British carmaker compared to other super sports cars. Furniture of DB11 V8 Kopi Bronze is handcrafted with high quality wood materials.

Aston Martin DB11 V8 owns a twin-turbo V8, a 4.0-liter capacity produced by AMG. The engine produces 503 horsepower, maximum torque of 675 Nm, the power is transmitted to the rear wheels via the 8-speed automatic transmission ZF. This "James Bond" supercar has an impressive acceleration of 100 km / h after 3.9 seconds and a maximum speed of 301 km / h.

The amount of money customers need to spend to own the Aston Martin DB11 version of Kopi Bronze is not published. Currently, the standard DB 11 version is being sold by Aston Martin Vietnam for VND 15,686 billion.

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