Following on from the recent 2013 Aston Martin DBS spyshots, we’ve had a few renderings drawn up exclusively for us by Wild-Speed to show you what the new British supercar could look like. Aston Martin will be celebrating its centenary next year. We’re told that the Aston Martin DBS replacement model will be ‘something remarkable’ yet for the mainstream, unlike either Aston Martin One-77 or Aston Martin V12 Zagato limited editions.

The DBS will get a completely new look with larger wheels arches, a new front bumper and wing mirrors fixed to the door. At the rear, Aston Martin will fit lights similar to those found on the One-77. The pictures below show these design features in a variety of colours and backgrounds.

Under the bonnet, Aston Martin will fit the same 6.0 liter V12 as you currently find in the V12 Vantage, DBS and DB9 models. It should get a power boost to around 600hp. Expect significant weight savings thanks to lightweight construction, lower emissions ratings and increased economy figures.

The 2013 Aston Martin DBS should get its official unveil at the Paris Motor Show 2012 in September. Expect it to hit the showrooms early next year at a price of around 230,000 euros.

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  1. If that rendering is accurate, (and it probably isn’t), then I have to say the original DBS looks better. Although, this certainly doesn’t look bad :).


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