DBS is Good Enough for James Bond

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The DBS coupe takes the best traits from the DB9, then adds more power, lightweight materials and more intense body panels. Overall, it's a more dramatic package that was featured in the newest James Bond films. The DBS coupe has star power looks combined with insane performance that can easily take on the best supercars in the industry. In comparison to the convertible, the coupe retains more structural rigidity that enables it to maneuver slightly better.

Rear visibility is slightly limited due to the low roofline, but in the end, who cares? The DBS coupe is another example that Aston Martin knows a thing or two about building a world-class supercar.

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