ASTON Martin has unveiled a series of updates across its line-up of cars - and introduced an on line configurator to easily allow potential owners to choose precisely the model for them.
Both the coupe and volante variants of the 4.0-litre V8-equipped Aston Martin GT, DB11, now have a new, higher, maximum power output of 528bhp. Peak power is up by 24 bhp, resulting in a new top speed of 192mph.
The DB11 can now be fitted with optional Sports Plus Seats which add extra support to the shoulders, thorax and legs for both the driver and passenger.
The marque's flagship Super GT will now be known as the Aston Martin DBS, after dropping the ‘Superleggera' badge and the V12 DB11, while retaining its higher power output and dynamic suspension attributes, has dropped the ‘AMR' badge.
Both of these changes were made to simplify nomenclature across the range and focus the offering to customers, says Aston Martin.
The latest Vantage and DBS are now offered with new 21-inch wheel designs, while the marque's first SUV, the Aston Martin DBX, can be configured with 23-inch wheels, new Sports Plus seats and wireless charging.
For added convenience, the inductive charging system is integrated into the Infotainment system, enabling visibility of the device's charge status within the main vehicle display.
A new series of interior trim environments are introduced to the product line up and make their debut on the configurator.
The ‘Create', ‘Accelerate' and ‘Inspire' environments are available across all Aston Martin cars, offering combinations of materials, colours and features chosen by the Aston Martin Design team - each showcasing a different design character to suit a customer's individual taste.