Aston Martin DBS V8 1970 Sporty Design Style – The first generation Aston Martin DBS 1970 was built with the aim of developing Aston Martin lineup to have a more modern look than its predecessor, including DB4 and DB6. The latter, in particular, eventually became the forerunner of DB6 and while the two models exist together for three years, the Aston Martin DBS V8 1970 is unique in its own right.
The Aston Martin DBS V8 1970 carries a 5.4-liter V-8 engine that produces about 315 horsepower, allowing it to reach 0-60 mph in 5.9 seconds with a top speed of 168 mph. At one point in time, DBS V8, as is known, is the world’s fastest four-seater production car.
In terms of exterior Aston Martin DBS V8 1970 is designed with the back of the style fastback which is a new design characteristics of Aston Martin. With a sporty style that looks sturdy look. The smooth front cabin with the installation of quad headlights is specifically a new style for the company, mostly used because of the appeal that seems to be growing in that particular style industry at any given time.
Aston Martin DBS V8 1970 still has bespoke properties for it, a testament to the cache Aston Martin has as a premium car maker even back in those days. An interesting note is that the interior of the Aston Martin DBS V8 1970 was initially associated with the Lagonda luxury sedan, but Aston Martin finally decided to use a shorter but similar design on the Aston Martin DBS V8 1970 to accommodate its coupe architecture and also incorporate luxurious stitching in entire cabin, especially dashboard and chair cover.