Aston Martin has commenced production of its all-new V12 engine. The engine is being developed at the Aston Martin Engine Plant in Cologne, Germany. It is an all-new engine that will power the soon to be launched DB11 supercar.
Each and every engine will be hand assembled by a single technician. It will take roughly eight hours for an entire engine to be assembled from start to finish. Aston Martin will maintain quality and uniqueness of their engine through a personal touch.
The new engine from Aston Martin is a 5.2-litre, V12, Twin-Turbo petrol engine. The engine will produce 600bhp, along with 700Nm of peak torque. The Aston Martin DB11 will have a top speed of 320 km/h and will sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds.
Deliveries of the all-new Aston Martin DB11 will begin by 2016-end or early 2017. The United Kingdom and Germany are most likely to receive the DB11 supercar prior to its being offered in the USA. Expect Aston Martin DB11 to cost 1.55 lakh Pounds or Rs. 1.54 crore India equivalent.