2018 Aston Martin DB11 V8 :- MOVES LIKE A NEEDLE IN THE AIRJanuary 31, 2018
Advertisers generally come in more, more, more. But if the Aston Martin DB11 V8 could speak 2018, it would tell anyone to zip it. Variant refined V-12 is a GT big, but the worst, V-8, four-cylinder is the smaller brother, who is always ready to have more fun and a cookie double stage Oreo make the glass when no he sees.
DB11 V8 version has the same ZF eight-speed gearbox, leather upholstery from Weir Weir and fits and finishes as an optional V-12 version. You still need to build 200 hours – with 50 of them just for painting. In terms of paint color, the consumer’s choice is still as great as your imagination and lighter colors show more intriguing details of this beautiful, such as taillights, black stripes through the column C, the car gives C-shaped a kind of masked cross and contours of the undervalued yet meaningful in the blackboard.
To say V-8 at a glance apart from V-12 is difficult. Exterior subtle cues – including two openings for the engine cover, instead of four-wheel headlights V-12 and the darkest – make models to be indistinguishable twins Doublemint chewing gum. But under those two louvers and the metal around them are the real differences. Damper springs, shock absorbers and suspension suspension as well as a system of inlet and outlet revised assembly repositioned engine stability control increased lateral stiffness, calibrate the brake, all of them are redesigned magical and fine Ian Hartley, senior manager of the dynamic of the vehicle and Aston martin DB11 the chief engineer of the V8. As a result, the V-8 feels deliciously lighter and faster, as sharp as a Ginsu knife that cuts a mango instead of breaking a beer can.
Throwing Noise is reduced by 50% compared to the V-12, which makes a big difference when running gears manually. The mapping of the engine was reprogrammed with new software; Aston Martin even toyed with the torque vectoring software to make it more responsive. Dribbelt around Mount Palomar east of San Diego were alive and interesting – and while it picked up a lot of pace, tires DB-20 inches squeaking was always satisfying.
The cooperation with Daimler for the mechanical competence of Mercedes-AMG was a coup for Aston Martin, and this twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 equipped by the German car enthusiast is very good. But every relationship brings sacrifices. Hartley says that he had originally hoped for four modes of driving, but the software from Daimler allowed only three. As a result, he says he has created greater gaps between GT, Sport and Sport Plus modifications. However, Aston gives up control of the suspension so you can get fast shifts and the noisy exhaust without the tougher ride if you want. You can also leave the engine and transmission in a quiet GT mode, but tighten the suspension if you wish. The result: Nine different ways to improve the driving experience.
Unlike other manufacturers whose drive modes are either undetectable or trying to turn family sedans into Formula One cars, the differences between the modes on the DB11 V8 are palpable but not terrific. Nobody will blame it for being a race car even in the most aggressive Sport Plus environment. However, the Aston martin DB11 V8 is definitely a bolder Gran Turismo than the V-12, albeit only a few degrees, but with the exhaust open, downshifts happen faster and the upshifts come a bit tougher. Best for Aston Martin creators, as they get to know their audience and have not pushed the car out of the depths of driving rigidity.
Of course, the weight distribution in the V-8 changes slightly with a smaller engine. Where the V-12 carries its weight of 51/49 percent forward against the rear, the V-8 shifts to the exact opposite ratio of 49/51 percent. Its 503 hp and 498 pound-feet of torque help it boast a top-rated speed of 187 mph, and it flattens from 0-60 mph in a claimed four seconds. These numbers have dropped in part thanks to the 243 pounds of the DB11 V8 compared to the V-12 version; his total weight now hovers at 3,880 lbs. …
Hartley said many of these changes in dynamics would eventually end in the V-12 line, so it’s nothing more than a convertible DB11 volunteer expected soon.
And although it does not seem very spacious, Aston’s interior could surprise you. Four journalists gathered in this leather handbag to get to the airport. The point is that we all fit together with the luggage, although I jokingly thought we had one or two bags in the extra room the rest of the V-12 was traveling. V-8 indulges in all immovable goods under the hood … which is more than for those in the back seats, who are less comfortable than a marble slab in a mausoleum. I’m really on the bill … or briefcase.
Because the American scam advertising for the healthiest and less healthy vegetable juice says: “I could have a V8.” And it’s a good bet as long as you only apply it to the Aston Martin DB11 version with eight cylinders. If you do not look at it, you will certainly be bothered … because less motor here is no less fun.