Selection and search of tire size by model Dbs Coupe. Table of standard, factory tire sizes Aston Martin
The release of the ASTON MARTIN DBS COUPE model was carried out from 2007 to 2019.
Table of factory and suitable tire sizes for ASTON MARTIN DBS COUPE.
Choose appropriate trim of Aston Martin Dbs Coupe:
In 2018, the British sports car manufacturer said goodbye to the outdated flagship Vanquish and unveiled the all-new Aston Martin DBS. The car is intended to take the top step in the hierarchical model ladder and, in essence, is a deeply modernized version of the DB11. The novelty received a forced power unit, a reinforced variable gearbox, an exclusive interior and a more aggressive appearance. The car retained the signature features and general proportions of the donor, however, received a huge number of unique elements. The radiator grill has become much larger. It extends all the way to the bottom and instead of the elegant chrome ribs, it has received the usual black mesh with small meshes. The front bumper has become noticeably lower, and also received a developed splitter and enlarged air intakes. At the stern, you can see a small spoiler, aerodynamic body kit and narrower brake lights. In the rear bumper, there are two double-barreled exhaust system, instead of two separate pipes. The Aston Martin DBS is a four-seater coupe supercar. Its overall dimensions are: length 4712 mm, width 1968 mm, height 1280 mm, and the distance between the wheelsets is 2805 mm. Like the DB11, the car is built around a space frame made of winged metal alloy, with the engine positioned longitudinally at the front. All of the hinged panels are made of CFRP, not the donor's aluminum. This decision made it possible to lose 72 kilograms, and thanks to the well-thought-out shape, the downforce reaches 180 kilograms. In the wheel arches, there are 21-inch rims, under which you can see the carbon-ceramic brakes. The calipers have six pistons in the front and four in the back. Lowered springs are installed in a circle, as a result of which only 90 millimeters remain between the bottom of the car and the roadway. The engine of the Aston Martin DBS, like the donor model, is a huge V-shaped gasoline unit with twelve cylinders. Its volume is 5.2 liters. Among other things, it boasts two turbochargers and a direct fuel supply system. As a result, the engineers managed to squeeze out 725 horsepower at 6500 rpm and 900 Nm of torque in the range from 1800 to 5000 crankshaft revolutions per minute. It is worth noting that on the DB11, this engine developed 639 horses and 700 Nm of thrust in the same rev range. The transmission is also a hydromechanical ZF automatic with eight operating ranges. For work with increased loads, it has been reinforced. The drive is exclusively rear with an advanced electronically controlled differential. As a result, a coupe weighing 1,693 kilograms takes off from zero to a hundred in 3.4 seconds and is capable of reaching 340 kilometers per hour as much as possible. Fuel consumption in mixed driving mode will be about 12.3 liters of high-octane gasoline for every kilometer run. The manufacturer offers the widest personalization program for the Aston Martin DBS. There are tons of exclusive materials to choose from, both for the seats and for the upholstery and panel. Of the cardinal differences, in comparison with the donor, it is worth noting a different steering wheel, dashboard, as well as the seats themselves. The list of standard equipment installed by default has also expanded. Among other things, it is worth noting the all-round viewing system, as well as an advanced multimedia system. The latter has not only an amazing speaker system and full-time navigation, but can also go online.
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