Aston Martin DBS coupe spied sporting new design language

Aston Martin DBS

Spy photos of Aston testing the next-generation DBS are hardly surprising, given that the previous series ended with the limited-production DBS 770 Ultimate. This next DBS shares some stylistic cues with the DB12, most notably the large, slotted grille covering its maw. The headlights are camouflaged, but we can see some LED light shining through what are undoubtedly new headlamp modules.

Moving on to the hood, Aston has covered up the vents on this test car, which is expected to retain its V12 engine.

The DBS’s extended side profile appears familiar, but the camo effectively conceals some new sheet metal and rear-most pillar design. A revised quad exhaust design peeks out, as does what appears to be a new rear bumper and diffuser, but Aston conceals everything above with deceptive camouflage.¬†

The interior of the DBS will likely see the most radical alterations. Expect a new center stack, Aston Martin-designed infotainment, a digital gauge cluster, and a gorgeous center console with gratifying buttons and switches. The revisions should bring the DBS into the present era of automobile interiors, as the previous design appeared trapped in the early 2010s.

We don’t know when Aston will introduce its new DBS, but given how far along this prototype testing appears, it wouldn’t be surprising if it happens in 2024.

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