The DBS replacement will look very similar to this so-called concept study.
At the relatively low-key Concorso d'Eleganza event held at Lake Como over the weekend, Aston Martin brought along the AM310 Concept. Although it has 'Concept' in its name, the AM310 is for all intents and purposes a pre-production model of the all-new DBS that's set to debut later this year. Practically the same car, minus the two-tone alloys and carbon-fiber aero kit, was spied testing at the Nurburgring a couple of days ago.
Aston Martin revealed that the AM310 is powered by a 6.0-liter V12 and was made using lots of carbon fiber, which features in the bodywork and chassis.
Styling cues from the One-77 are evident in the profile of the concept, notably in the sharper front & rear fenders, and the stretched 'C' shaped taillights.
We should learn more about the engine in the coming weeks but we expect to see a more powerful version of the V12 coupled with a lighter, more improved variation of the current model's chassis. In the meantime check out these pictures and videos of the AM310 Concept.