German tuner reveals upgrade package for Aston's latest grand tourer.
Acclaimed German wheelmaker Wheelsandmore were so enamored with the design of the Aston Martin DB11, that when it came to creating a styling package for the stunning British grand tourer the only area it focused on was the wheels. Dubbed the GT-RS, upgrades are limited to a pair of new wheel designs: 6Sporz and F.I.W.E. The forged multipiece alloys allow for a range of finishes, from cap integration to colored outlines. Pictured on the black DB11 is a set of F.I.W.E alloys staggered 20/21-inches front/rear with body-colored centers.
The wheels also boast high-gloss polished stainless-steel rims, wrapped in Pirelli rubber. On the specter-silver DB11, Wheelsandmore opted for wheels staggered 21/22 inches front/rear, with a carbon-look surface and body-colored outer rims, wrapped in Continental SportContact 6 tires. The tuning house is currently also working on a performance upgrade kit for the 5.2-liter twin-turbo V12 that currently delivers over 600 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels via an 8-speed automatic, with the DB11 capable of a top speed in excess of 200 mph. The aim is to boost output to over 700 hp and 604 lb-ft of torque. A valve-flap controlled exhaust is also under development, which is said to enhance the engine's soundtrack.