The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Is Aston's Here's EVERYTHING a McLaren SENNA 2 months ago   23:46

Doug DeMuro


The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera is Aston's flagship model -- and it carries a hefty $350,000 when normally equipped. Today I'm showing you around this DBS Superleggera, and I'll show you all the great quirks and features of the Aston DBS Superleggera.

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Nicholas Cristella
Like a million $ dodge from brussels🤣
Daniel Potts
10:59 reminder car companies still won't go the extra mile for $400,000
Anthony Similton
Fuuuuk! 😫😫🤣🤣🤑🤑🤑🤑🤔🤔
Tom Nowak
As always it's utterly beautiful and appealing from the outside but what the Hell did Aston think when making those new interiors. The old ones where shit with way to small buttons and stuff but still it looked really special and elegant. New interiors just look like picked straight out of a Hyundai. Really not what one expects from a 330k car.
Texas Owl
Tesla goes 0-60 faster lol
sean c
1st a Audi a6. And then a Aston Martin. My two dream cars
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iveco shop
Doug... The kind of guy that calls girls in the morning
Two brake calipers in the back?
Disarray 09
Oh c'mon Doug!!.... You could've squuezed into that back seat 😂
Dylan J.
this car looks very very very good. personally ide take this over many many super cars if it had the exact performance as them. like say no matter what the car it runs a 6:50 on nurburgring so your only choosing cosmetics. this would be a considerable choice for me.
Kevin Mc Cusker
Who is paying five grand for white paint...I also love how Doug explains stupid, pointless federal regulations for cars. You dont find that in other car reviews.
Stevie Lowe
Oh my god that look stunning 😍
Auto Energy
I’m in love 😍
50 Pence
Some Luddites will be pressing that stop/start button during gearbox selections.🙂
Doug is the type of guy to be the guy that is the type
Lokesh Danu
The one who dislikes these reviews he/she has no taste of cars or of car reviewing.....
Chris OB
Half a million in Australian dollars
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At 19:00 his tongue looks way to big for his mouth and sounds like it too
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Here's EVERYTHING a McLaren SENNA The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Is Aston's 2 months ago   33:46

The McLaren Senna leads the way when it comes to road-legal cars with brutal track intent, but there's also an awful lot for a new owner to take in! During the handover day, you are taking on a full induction tour to cover lots of the ins and outs, and now having become familiar with it join me for a run over of all of its features!

Named after legendary F1 World Champion, Ayrton Senna, the McLaren Ultimate Series car is built with one purpose in mind - to be as fast as possible for a road legal car at the track. Powered by a 4.0l twin turbo V8 with 800hp and 800nm of torque, along with radical aerodynamics that give it a whopping 800kg of downforce, it's quite something to reckon with.

In addition to that though, it features a number of clever technologies including the Race Mode where the hydraulic suspension system adjusts and lowers, active aerodynamics for the rear wing and front flaps, and a lot of things you might not otherwise know about how it operates.

Let's take a tour around the exterior to take in the features and complete specification of my car itself, chassis #281. On the exterior it's painted in MSO Cerulean Blue with satin blue tinted exposed carbon fibre, Dark Stealth wheels with Cerulean Blue centre-locks and MSO Silver brake calipers. Inside is largely carbon fibre and Alcantara with occasional Cerulean Blue touches to add small amounts of colour in a teardrop cabin that is as focused as intended for a car built for the racetrack.

What you might not know about the Senna though, are how you open the nose bridge and where to find the towing eye; what's behind each of the various opening flaps on the outside, and how exactly to operate the Race Mode and Active Dynamics Panel. Join me then, for a complete run through of all of the details that a Senna customer needs to know about their car!

Thanks for watching, Tim