At the heart of the DB11 is a brand new 5.2L V12 engine quipped with two turbochargers. The engine produces 600 horsepower, sent to the rear wheels via an 8-speed automatic transmission. It's the only engine offered this year, though Aston Martin has plans to add a less-expensive V8 option soon. For now though, the DB11 will hit sixty miles per hour in 3.8 seconds while topping out at 208 miles per hour. Those numbers sound like supercar numbers but remember: the DB11 will do all of this with astonishing levels of luxury too. For 2017, there is only one trim level in the DB11 lineup, but it offers tons of standard features as well as a plethora of customization options. Want a gold finish on the underside of the hood? Aston Martin can do that. Strathmore leather seating not good enough? Aston Martin offers the option of Caithness or Balmoral leather as well, describing the latter as being hand-selected from the top ten percent of raw hides, as well as hand-milling for an incredibly soft feel. Selecting the Celestial Perforation option adds intricate perforation designs in those leather seats and throughout the rest of the leather clad interior. Other notable options on the DB11 include somewhat whimsical items such as a 4-piece set of custom luggage or a custom umbrella. More conventional options include a heated steering wheel, blind spot monitoring, an automatic parking system, an active spoiler and a huge selection of 20-inch wheels. Aston Martin also offers a performance driving course for anyone who really wants to try their DB11 out at the limits, on a race track.