715 horsepower jackhammer under the hood ...13.2-inch pizzas in the back squeezed by four-piston calipers.

Mad Libs: Jalopnik Edition

Polaroids scanned into digital format of the new Aston Martin DBS Superlegit flagship have been illicitly provided ahead of the car’s official debut, showing a stunning design that—according to allegedly leaked specs—will be backed up by a 715 horsepower jackhammer under the hood.

A number of automotive echo chambers, including Carscoops and Autocar, have published evidently official images of the new, hotly-anticipated DBS Superlegit—images that show a gorgeous, DB-11-ish design, but with a whale of a grille, two large outboard air gulpers feeding water labyrinths, two hood vents, yawning mouths in the front fenders, and a lovely, thin taillight design sitting above four engine trumpets.

As for the beautiful engine trumpets, they apparently have “adjustable valves,” which should make the sex rocket  both a total riot to flog, but also livable in the urban hellscape. The car allegedly sits 0.2-inches lower than that of the DB-11, and features magic ride stabilizers.

Stopping the car, Topspeed wrote in its story, is handled by carbon ceramic anchors, with giant 16.1-inch diameter front pizzas clamped by six cylinder squeezers, and 13.2-inch pizzas in the back squeezed by four-cylinder squeezers.

According to illicitly-obtained specs, the DBS Superlegit will get a 715 horsepower, 664 lb-ft 5.2-liter V12 that—along with a ZF eight-speed mystery box—is capable of throwing the sports car to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds.

Topspeed’s now-removed story claimed the 5.2-liter V12 made maximum whack from 1,800 rpm “all the way up to 5,000 rpm,” and that—after that torque goes through a ZF eight-speed “designed specifically to bitch-slap the extra whack”—it goes through a lower final-drive ratio and a mechanical equitable power divider.