Aston Martin recently released the limited edition "DBS 770 Ultimate". The DBS will be discontinued (planned) in 2023 and will be the last limited edition model. The DBS 770 Ultimate is powered by a 5.2-liter V-type 12-cylinder petrol twin-turbo engine with a maximum output of 770ps/6500rpm and a maximum torque of 900Nm, with a 0-100km/h acceleration time of 3.4 seconds for the coupe model and 3.6 seconds for the convertible Volante.
Equipped with a mechanical limited-slip differential (LSD). Drive system RWD (rear-wheel drive)
The new car has increased output in terms of power, re-improved air intake and ignition systems, and the turbocharger has a maximum boost pressure of 7% compared to the basic standard model. A ZF 8AT gearbox was also added to cope with high power, and the brakes were upgraded to carbon ceramic.
The front end has 25% more lateral stiffness for better drivability. By modifying the front beam, etc., the overall torsional rigidity has been increased by 3%.
For the suspension, the adaptive damping system (ADS) has been enhanced and software tuning has been made to improve handling and driving stability. Featuring specially designed 21-inch aluminum wheels, the design is inspired by the "Valkyrie" and "Victor". The tyres are Pirelli's "P-Zero performance tyres" (front: 265/35 R21, rear: 305/30 R21).
The interior inherits the design of the current DBS, and the seats are fully semi-aniline leather and "Alcantara" leather, and sports performance seats are optional. The DBS 770 Ultimate logo is engraved on the central armrest and features carbon fiber shift paddles. In addition, a dedicated board with serial number is included.
Production of the DBS 770 Ultimate will begin in the first quarter of 2023, with the first deliveries expected in the third quarter of 2023. Of the 499 units limited, 300 were coupes and 199 were convertible versions of the Volante.