Or A V-8
Life is full of surprises, so when Aston Martin announced that the DB11 would also be available in a V-8, heads turned. Like the V-12, Aston Martin has worked with Daimler to plug an AMG Twin-turbocharged power plant into the new DB. The 4.0-liter V-8 produces 503 horsepower and matches its V-12 predecessor with a top speed of 187 miles per hour. This smaller engine performs comparably to its larger sibling, going from zero to sixty in just 3.7 sec.