Final DBS will be limited to 499 examples
Another British sports car manufacturer is set to bid farewell to its flagship grand tourer. After Jaguar recently announced its final ICE model will be the F-Type 75, Aston Martin follows suit and lets go of the DBS.
Aston Martin has released a teaser video of the DBS 770 Ultimate. And as the name suggests, its twin-turbo V12 will have 770 PS; a 45 PS increase over the standard DBS Superleggera and the DBS Volante.
In addition, the DBS 770 Ultimate will feature unique visual upgrades and chassis enhancements to complement the power increase. Aston Martin says they've re-engineered the DBS to have dynamic focus coupled with an exquisite design.
The British sports car manufacturer says only 499 examples of the DBS 770 Ultimate will be made. The full reveal is set to take place early this year.
While Aston Martin has not disclosed how much it will retail for, expect the limited-production grand tourer's price tag to go way past the DBS Superleggera's, considering its exclusivity and the added performance.