Aston Martin DBSC




Aston Martin DBSC

Rok výroby 1966 - 1966

Kategorie: David Brown era

Aston Martin DBSC Touring

Dvoudveřové dvoumístné kupé, motor vpředu a pohon zadních kol. Zážehový, kapalinou chlazený řadový šestiválec (R6), rozvod DOHC, objem 3996 cm³, vrtání 96,0 mm, zdvih 92,0 mm, komprese 9,4, dva ventily/válec, tři karburátory Weber, bez přeplňování, výkon 239 kW (325 koní) při 5750 ot/min, točivý moment 393 Nm při 4500 ot/min, mechanická pětistupňová převodovka, rozvor náprav 2565 mm, rozchod kol 1372/1359 mm, vnější rozměry: délka 4451 mm, šířka 1676 mm, výška 1219 mm, hmotnost 1295 kg, maximální rychlost 255 km/h, zrychlení na stovku za 6,5 s.

Na bázi modelu DB6 postavila italská karosárna Touring v roce 1966 prototyp kupé DBSC. Vůz byl dvoumístný, měl kratší a nižší karosérii. Vznikly jen dva exempláře. Jeden z nich měl standardní motor Vantage o výkonu 325 HP, druhý dostal silnější motor s výkonem 365 HP. 

 

Motor (typ, počet válců)  řadový šestiválec, DOHC, komprese 9.4, motor vpředu
Kubatura (ccm)   3996
Vrtání (mm)  96
Zdvih (mm)  92
Výkon (výkon/ot.min)   239 kW (325 koní) / 5750
Točivý moment  393 Nm / 4500
Karburátor (značka, typ)  Weber, dvojité - 3x
Karoserie (počet dveří)  kupé, 2
Počet míst  2
Délka (mm)   4451
Šířka (mm)   1676
Výška (mm)   1219
Rozvor (mm)  2565
Rozchod před/zad (mm)  1372 / 1359
Pohotovostní hmotn. (kg)   1295
Pohon  4x2 - zadní
Převodovka   5 stupňová
Rychlost (km/h)   255, 0-100 - 6,5 s

 

DBS C by Touring

(1966)

The Italian coachbuilder, Carrozzeria Touring of Milan, had already worked successfully with Aston Martin on the DB4. So it was not surprising AML asked Touring to style the body for MP220, the car which was to seat four people in comfort and be powered by the forthcoming V8 engine. Their design for the four seater was disappointing and by late 1965, the design was cancelled in favour of William Towns DBS.

But, AML had also decided upon a new 170mph 2 seater sportscar to be unveiled at the 1967 London Motor Show, and again, Touring was invited to style the new vehicle, codenamed MP226. Two chassis were built, based on the DB6 chassis, but with de Dion rear suspension and capable of taking the forthcoming V8 engine. Unfortunately by mid 1966, the economy had taken something of a downward turn and demand for the DB6 had dipped considerably. So it was decided that one way to stimulate sales was to bring the new car to the Paris and London Motor Shows in September and October 1966 – one whole year earlier than initially planned. Needless to say, Touring had to work flat out so that an acceptable rolling shells could be displayed for the shows. Initially, as the car was intended to be sold alongside the DB6, plans were made for limited production – but this would have needed much more development time and would have affected development on the important four seater DBS. Another problem was that the long 6 cylinder engine could only have the cylinder head removed with the engine out of the car – it had to be fitted so far back that it was hard against the bulkhead. So the Touring cars were cancelled – and a short while later, Touring of Milan ceased trading. Two cars were completed; the car shown here is the second example (LHD) and was photographed in the reception at Works Service ai Newport Pagnell.

Initially, when the cars was first shown, they were called ‘DBS’. When the true production DBS was shown a year later in 1967, the Touring prototypes were re-named as DBSC to avoid confusion.

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Rok Kód motoru Palivo [ccm] Válce [kW] [Nm] Počet
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