The Aston Martin DB11 Looks Better Than We Ever Expected

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Easily one of the prettiest Astons ever.

The 2017 Aston Martin DB11 is set to make its official debut at this week’s Geneva Motor Show, but that hasn’t stopped pictures of the gorgeous supercar from leaking out. After all of the dumb teasers and spy shots that we’ve seen, we’re extremely happy to say that the DB11—if this is really it—doesn’t disappoint. CarScoops managed to get some factory-like images of the DB11 from the Internet, but failed to state where the pictures are from. Either way, it’s an insanely pretty car that will look even better in person.

Besides the DB11’s incredible looks, the other important bit from the picture is the “V12 AML” license plate that the supercar is wearing. Aston Martin has already confirmed a new 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V12 for the car that will put our around 600 hp, which will surely make a glorious sound. More information and better pictures will be released at the Geneva Motor Show, but dang this thing is pretty.

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