Park Place Aston Martin, the Pacific Northwest's exclusive Aston Martin dealership, is excited to present this NEW 2018 DB11 V12 Coupe. This fantastic example is finished in alluring Midnight Blue Metallic with an interior that's swathed in the finest Chestnut Tan coloured Bridge of Weir hides. Power comes from a hand-built 5.2L 600hp/516lb-ft V12 engine that's paired with an 8-Speed Automatic Transmission with Shift Paddles. Factory installed options consist of; Aston Martin Premium Audio, Auto Park Assist, Bright Bonnet Blades, Black Brake Calipers, Powered Stowage, Graphite Bodypack, Satin Tan Lace Wood Trim Inlay, V12 Side Fender Badges, Satin Silver Jewelry Pack, Interior Bright Pack, Painted Roof Panel, Flint Seat Belts, Embossed Wings on Seats, Sport Seats, 2+2 Seating, and 10 Spoke Directional Shadow Chrome Wheels.Turning up its looks and performance literally to 11, the DB11 continues Aston Martin's tradition of blending style and power. A twin-turbo 5.2-liter V-12 makes a brutal 600 hp and 516 lb-ft, teamed with a paddle-shifted eight-speed automatic. A lightweight structure, torque-vectoring system, and stiff chassis result in impressively agile handling - it feels a lot smaller and lighter, and the suspension matches the engine's sporting capabilities. Bury the pedal, and the DB11 launches hard and strong, with a smooth delivery that is the hallmark of the V12 configuration. The 8-speed transmission interacts seamlessly with the engine, thanks in part to the engine's generous torque curve. The paddle shifters respond reasonably quickly in GT and Sport modes, and more eagerly in Sport Plus.Aston Martin has long been defined by superlative design and, stylistically, the DB11 turns up the amplitude, emotionally and in terms of solid geometry - more stance over more muscular shoulders and hips; even more daring-deep drafts of pressed aluminum at the car's waist; and yet more scowling greenhouse. The arcing roof strake embellishes the 'AeroBlade', a flying buttress-style C-pillar that creates an air channel cozied between it and the canopy. Air wrapping around the canopy rushes off the rear deck lid. At sporting pace, a lovely curved spoiler rises from the deck to meet this rush of air, generating downforce, which one would certainly want at the DB11's rated 200-mph top speed.To optimize performance, onboard computers create a three-dimensional model of the car's dynamics, based on data including speed, steering angle, steering rate, lateral and longitudinal acceleration, and heave (vertical movement). From there, the car can stiffen or softens the dampers, or glide through corners by applying the inside rear brake. Aston's first use of electronic, not hydraulic, steering delivers excellent feedback when the car is flung through corners. The system also future-proofs the car to a certain extent, enabling features like self-parking, which can perfectly place the DB11 into a tight parallel spot --- should you end up somewhere without a valet.For more information on this 2018 Aston Martin DB11 or any of our 15+ Aston Martins always in stock, or any of our 100+ High-Performance, Exotic, and Special Interest Cars always on site, contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants or always feel free to stop by our Bellevue, WA Park Place Ltd campus - where we have over 40,000 sq ft of indoor showrooms filled with the finest cars. As part of the Park Place Motor Group family, which includes Park Place Aston Martin and Lotus of Bellevue, we always have 200+ High-Performance, Luxury, Exotic, Sports, and Special Interest Cars always in our inventory, Park Place Ltd is Home to the West Coast's Most Diverse Inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Collectible and Special Interest Automobiles. With 200+ Always On Site, Nobody Has What We Have!
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