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1970 saw the Aston Martin DBS finally get it’s originally intended engine, a quad-cam 5.3L 320 horsepower V8 making it the fastest four seater production car in the world. The DBS was designed to replace the DB6 in Aston’s range, but they ended up selling side by side for a couple of years until production of the DB6 ended in 1970. When the DBS was launched in 1967, the intended V8 engine wasn’t ready, so they chose to use the 4.0L inline 6 engine from the DB6.
Capable of a 160 mph top speed and running a 0-60 mph time of 6.0 seconds flat, the DBS V8 was certainly quick for it’s time. As a four-seat grand tourer, the DBS laid claim to the fastest four seater production car in the world, and went on the feature as a Bond car in the 1969 George Lazenby movie ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’.
- Engine: 5.3L V8
- Weight: 1,727 kg / 3,807 lbs
- Power: 239 kW / 320 hp / 325 PS
- 0-100 kph: 6.2 seconds
- Torque: 325 Nm / 240 lb-ft
- Top Speed: 257 kph / 160 mph