2. Aston Martin DB11
A new Aston Martin is always cause for intrigue, and the DB11 could be more intriguing than most of its recent new models. The forthcoming GT is most notable for its powerplant – the days of naturally aspirated engines at Aston seem to be over, with a new twin-turbocharged 5.2-litre V12 taking its place under the DB11’s chiselled bonnet. Further engine choices are expected after the DB11’s initial reveal, giving the car a broader potential customer base. A spy photo taken earlier this month suggests the car follows previous Aston design cues (no surprise there), but features a clamshell bonnet and some narrowed headlights with LED running lights.