Refreshed Aston Martin DBS Spied Testing on the Nurburgring

Aston Martin may be hard at work perfecting its upcoming limited production One-77 and compact Cygnet models, but it seems the automaker hasn’t forgotten about its DBS model, either. Judging by a new series of spy shots nabbed by Motor Trend, Aston seems to be readying a mild facelift for its sport coupe.

Although it’s approaching its fourth birthday, the DBS is apparently on the short list for some mild cosmetic surgery. Judging by this camouflaged prototype, the revisions are quite mild. The chin spoiler is slightly revised, and now runs the entire width of the front fascia. Additionally, the hood appears to do with two fewer air intakes, although that could simply be a side effect of the camo.

According to Motor Trend, other revisions will include LED driving lamps, along with mild interior updates. Thankfully, the 6.0-liter V-12 is expected to remain, and should continue to churn out at least 510 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque.

Source: Motor Trend

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2011 Aston Martin DBS

MSRP $268,660 Base (Manual) Coupe

0-60 MPH:

4.2 SECS


11 City / 17 Hwy

Horse Power:

510 @ 6500