Aston Martin was spied testing the upcoming convertible version of the DB11 model at the Nurburgring.
Due to debut in the Spring of 2018, the Aston Martin DB11 Volante has been spotted testing with a camouflaged rear section and a soft top roof, by our partners Quattroruote. Aston Martin was testing the new convertible DB11 at the Nordschleife section of the Nurburgring in Germany.
The vehicle in the spy shots had an adhesive film disguising the rear section of the car, however, many elements are visually obvious compared to the coupe. The styling will remain identical from the front half of the car. The highlight from the coupe has been left out to accommodate the fabric folding roof. Aston Martin have done away with the aerodynamic channelling Aeroblade vents near the C-pillars. Instead, it has been replaced with the compartment lid for the convertible top. with a small retractable wing at the edge of the tailgate.
Despite the camouflaged film on the rear section of the car, the images of the test mule DB11 Volante reveals that it will maintain the rear styling from the coupe. The rear tail lamps are identical, and so is the rear bumper and diffuser and exhaust pipes.
Aston Martin will most likely debut the DB11 sometime in March-April next year.