No matter what, Aston Martin just can’t go wrong with their designs. The DB11 Volante is no different. It looks just as scintillatingly curvy as the coupe, and it manages to avoid looking too heavy and thick, regardless of whether the top is up or down. The top itself is rather pretty, with a taut shape and thin pillars helping maintain the DB11's lithe look.
Talking about performance, compared to its predecessor, it’s about 25kg lighter and 5 per cent stiffer. The engine is the same AMG-based unit from the coupe, displacing 4.0-liters and breathing through a pair of turbochargers. It's also coupled to 8-speed automatic and features a torque-vectoring limited slip differential. Despite the added heft over the coupe, the 503bhp engine still gets the DB11 Volante to 100 kmph in 4.1 seconds, which is only a tenth behind the V8 coupe. It also will reach a top speed of 299 kmph.
Aston Martin is already selling its range here in India and it’s possible they just might get the DB11 Volante here as well.