Parkers overall rating: 4 out of 5 4.0

The Parkers Verdict

Traditionally Aston Martin has struggled to keep pace with the tech options offered even in mainstream family cars and expected by luxury car buyers. But Mercedes-Benz now owns a five percent stake in Aston, which has opened up a much-needed technology lifeline.

Though the hardware is well disguised in an interior that still retains the beautiful bespoke feel of an Aston, Mercedes owners would recognise the multimedia interface and circular control wheel that operates it.

The DB11’s interior is significantly roomier than the DB9’s, although the back seats are still very much designed for small children, or adults who go pot-holing on weekends.

To find out about the DB11 in more depth read the full Parkers review here.