It is no secret that Aston Martin is developing a successor to the current DB9 sports car. Apart from the fact that it is pinned to make use of AMG power, little is known about the DB9’s successor including its new design. Nevertheless, it is believed that styling inspiration will be drawn from the Aston Martin DB10 in an order to distinguish the new car from the outgoing model.
However the new Aston Martin flagship looks, it is unlikely it will quite match the following Aston Martin DB11 Concept Design dreamt up and amazingly created by a 15-year-old designer from Thailand called Jennarong Muengtaweepongsa. Taking design inspiration from the likes of the DB10, CC100 and the recently revealed Aston Martin Vulcan, the DB11 Concept Design is certainly eye-catching.
The front of the car is characterised by an identifiable Aston Martin grille and splitter package bearing similarities to the Aston Martin Vanquish. Elsewhere, an aggressive bonnet has been rendered with it tapering down steeply to the large grille. Also found at the front are pointed headlights as well as prominent air extractors on the bonnet.
From the side, the DB11 Design Concept includes massively long doors as well as flowing and aggressive lines. A reverse shark fin antenna mounted on the rear window is also a particularly noteworthy feature. The rear is then characterised by a large bootlid lip spoiler, an aggressive diffuser and LED taillights.