The first man in Aston Martin, Andy Palmer told the media, that the company should have enough money to develop a range of seven models. Palmer announced that range of models should be composed of three sports models, with DB11 for the 2016, Vantage for 2018 and Vanquish for 2020, two sedans, one with Lagonda symbol, the serial DBX crossover for the 2019, and the seventh, for now the mysterious models.
As things stand now, Aston Martin will present one new model each year, each of which shall have a life cycle of seven years. Palmer plans to limit the production to a maximum of 7,000 vehicles per year, in order to maintain exclusivity. One of the novelties is the Aston Martin DB11, successor of the DB9. The car will be powered by the V12 engine with about 550Hp. DB11 will be slightly longer compared to the DB9, with a spacious interior, and with a digital dashboard.
Aston Martin DB11 will have its premiere in March next year at the Geneva Motor Show, but sales are not expected before the end of 2016. Also, in the plan is convertible version of DB11, whose promotion is scheduled for 2017.