510 hp strong Aston Martin DB11 stuck through a pile of sand in Scheveningen
According to the first calculations, Storm Corrie caused at least 10 million euros in damage on Monday. The coastal areas were especially hard hit. One of the ‘victims’ was a man who had missed the weather forecast and wanted to drive around the boulevard of Scheveningen with his Aston Martin worth 250,000 euros.
That was not such a wise choice, with a rear-wheel drive sports car. Thanks to Corrie, a huge amount of beach sand ended up on the road, causing several cars to get stuck, including the very expensive Aston Martin. In the video below you can see the owner trying to dig his wheels free, but with little result.
Aston Martin DB11
Secretly we are a bit jealous of the man in the video. Yesterday he had a really bad day, but he does drive a very nice Aston Martin DB11 . The model has been available since 2017 with a lovely 4.0-liter biturbo V8, which we know from the Mercedes-AMG GT S. The block is good for 510 hp and no less than 675 Nm of pulling power. Enough for a 0-100 sprint in 4.0 seconds and a top speed of 301 km/h. All this on asphalt, of course.