Replacing the outgoing V12 engined Aston Martin DB11 with an upgrated V12 engine and race-inspired features, giving the new top variant, the DB11 AMR, enough power to race with its most potent rivals. Aston Martin has brought a new dimension of race-inspired dynamism and performance.
5.2-liter, twin-turbo V12, now offering 630 horsepower. An additional 30 hp extra power, plus some aero tweaks, brings the car’s top speed up to a very generous 208 miles-per-hour and drops its 0-to-60 mph time to just 3.5 seconds. Aston says “more vocal” with AMR’s new exhaust revisions note when in Sport mode. The eight speed automatic transmission has also been revised with new shift calibration rounds out the dynamic changes. Aston claims, we’ve no reason to doubt it. Aston Martin DB11 AMR also has a chassis that was reworked by chief engineer Matt Becker and Aston’s dynamics team. Matt Becker, has provided the AMR variant with the more agile suspension and geometry set up of the younger V8 model. Suspension and chassis changes are claimed to deliver “a greater sense of connection without harming the supple ride,”
Exterior of the DB11 AMR features carbon fiber and a smattering of gloss black detailing, along with darkened headlights and taillights. Exterior touches can be further personalized through three Designer Specifications. A limited edition model will get a Stirling Green and lime treatment, AMR’s signature color scheme. Interior features monotone leather and alcantara upholstery with contrasting lime stripes on the seats, with a sport leather steering wheel coming standard. There are three so-called Designer Specifications available. Buyers can also specify a matching tailored luggage set.