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The Most Powerful Production Aston Martin In History Is The Dbs 770 Ultimate

The DBS 770 Ultimate is the fastest and most powerful DBS to date and the most potent production of Aston Martin ever. Significant aesthetic and technical upgrades turn the Aston Martin DBS 770 Ultimate into an iconic and collectible tribute to Aston Martin’s flagship Super GT. The Aston Martin DBS770 Ultimate, which comes in Coupe and Volante forms, will only be made in 300 Coupe and 199 Volante units, and all of them will be sold before the car is ever released. An aggressive 5.2-liter V12 engine from Aston Martin with four cams and a 60-degree slant powers the DBS 770 Ultimate. Now capable of producing 770 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and an astounding 900 Nm of torque between 1,800 and 5,000 rpm, this powerful engine propels the Aston Martin DBS 770 Ultimate to a peak speed of 211 km/h. The air and ignition pathways have been changed, and the maximum turbocharger boost pressure has increased by 7%. Outstanding responsiveness, exceptional acceleration in gear, and the genuine V12 sound combine to offer the driver a sensation of boundless potential. The power and torque profiles have been precisely tuned.

A mechanical limited-slip differential installed at the back and an eight-speed ZF automatic gearbox are both used to transmit power (LSD). Additionally, the DBS 770 Ultimate features a special calibration for the gearbox to enhance shift times and driver involvement, resulting in a more thoroughly connected driving experience. The same 410mm x 38mm front discs and 360mm x 32mm rear discs used on the DBS model are employed on the Aston Martin DBS 770 Ultimate thanks to the inherent capabilities of Aston Martin’s Carbon Ceramic Braking (CCB) system. The DBS 770 Ultimate introduces a new, solidly mounted steering column to further enhance the directness of steering response and increase the level of detailed feedback, enabling the driver to experience a more precise connection to the road, feeling what the front tires are doing with the utmost confidence and an accurate measurement of available grip. The front end’s lateral rigidity has been increased by 25% to provide optimum performance and responsiveness in order to produce the engaging character and better steering feel of the DBS 770 Ultimate. This increase was made possible by a larger rear cushion and an upgraded front cross member, which also results in a 3% increase in total torsional rigidity for flawlessly balanced driving dynamics.

Last but not least, the Aston Martin DBS 770 Ultimate has a special set of sill decals showing the wings of Aston Martin, the emblem for the model, and a limited edition number identifying it as one of the 300 coupes or 199 Volantes. Like all Aston Martins, almost no limit exists to the variety of totally unique personal specifications. The DBS 770 Ultimate can be customized in a wide variety of ways with Q by Aston Martin options, such as Q paint jobs with a selection of graphic options, painted wheels that match the body color or graphics, tinted carbon fiber, and woven leather inserts, decorative inserts, and carbon fiber wheel steering.

The Best DBS Pedigree

The current DBS is one of two V12-powered DBS versions that were first released by Aston Martin during the Gaydon period. When the 2018 Aston Martin Super GT was introduced, the phrase “brute in a suit” was first coined. Its flawless design, imposing silhouette, and astonishing power rapidly became associated with the distinctive Aston Martin Super GT brand. With an early first-generation DBS prototype taking center stage in 2006’s Casino Royale and a production model in 2008’s The Quantum of Serenity, both it and its predecessor (which was introduced in 2007 and continued to be produced until 2018) appeared in three James Bond movies. Daniel Craig’s tenure as the most well-known secret agent in the world was neatly bookended by Aston Martins thanks to the second-generation DBS system, which was featured in the 2021 movie No Time to Die. The Ultimate nameplate also has a lengthy history. It was used on both versions of the Vanquish and two generations of the DBS and was exclusive to Aston Martin’s top series cars. Every time a popular model line is discontinued, we mark the occasion as the end of an era. The vehicles with the designation “Ultimate” are among the most valuable of all current Aston Martin models due to their rarity and significance.

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