Aston Martin DBS Review
The Aston Martin DBS is a four-seat, rear-wheel-drive Gran Turismo coupe that began production in 1967. The car had an angular design, uncharacteristic for the brand, the previous Aston's were distinguished by smooth body lines.
Under the hood of the Aston Martin DBS coupe, there was a four-liter inline six-cylinder engine with a capacity of 287 liters. In 1969, a version of the DBS V8 with a 5.3-liter eight-cylinder engine appeared, which, according to unofficial data, developed 315 l. s.
The car was produced until 1972, then it was modernized and renamed Aston Martin V8.