Aston Martin has taken the wraps off another variation of its DB11, the convertible Volante, which is fueled by a 4.0-liter turbocharged V8 engine sourced from AMG.
The British marque asserts that the Volante is its sportiest prop-top model yet, featured by the way that Aston Martin has utilized the lighter V8 engine as opposed to the heavier V12 factory to help in taking care of. The V12 motor, which is offered on the DB11, isn’t in the present item design however might be presented at a later date.
The AMG-sourced motor builds up the same 510hp at 6,000rpm and 696Nm at 2,000-5,000rpm as the DB11 V8 car, and offers the eight-speed programmed gearbox that powers the back wheels.
The Volante’s kerb weight is 110kg more than its roadster kin at 1,870kg, however the DB11 drop-top model is around 26kg lighter and 5 percent stiffer than its ancestor, the DB9 Volante V12. The DB11 Volante’s weight dissemination is 47 percent to the front and 53 percent at the back.
Aston Martin has consolidated another outline for the convertible’s rooftop and opening/shutting component. The collapsing delicate best is comprised of eight layers and can be brought up in 16 seconds, while taking 14 seconds to be brought down. The rooftop is accessible in red, dark silver or dim silver and can be worked at velocities of up to 50kph.
Other than the delicate best, the biggest contrast between the roadster and the convertible is the nonappearance of the aeroblades seen on the construct of the C-column in light of the settled rooftop demonstrate. The Volante has another back deck and influences the model look more to finish than its DB9 Volante antecedent.
The British maker has not uncovered if the model will land in India where it offers the DB11 car with the V12 engine at Rs 4.27 crore (ex-showroom, Delhi).