By George Polgar

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The new DB11 is the latest model in the 67 year Aston Martin DB series legend, following up the 10 limited edition DB10 models built exclusively for the 24th James Bond film Spectre in 2015.

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The new DB11 comes raging into the ultra-premium luxury performance coupe field as a stunning evolution of the vaunted series, emphasizing its physicality in bold and expressive ways.

From the distinctive front grille flawless skin stretches blithely across an aluminum clamshell hood and back to what one of the company PR documents described provocatively as “an elegantly turned rear.”

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Outside every aero fold and ripple is sculpted by artists under the direction of engineers, measuring airflow and high-speed stability calculations down to milliseconds. Underneath a lightweight bonded aluminum structure gives the DB11 swaggering handling prowess.

A raging 600 horsepower twin turbo 5.2 liter V12 sends instant acceleration to the rear wheels via a ZF eight-speed gearbox, giving the DB11 a lunging stride to cruising speed.

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Inside the DB11 features the latest infotainment tech with rich natural materials in epic combinations. At $255,000 the Aston Martin DB11is a bona fide dream car.