Aston Martin DB11 AMR replaces DB11 V12

Aston Martin DB11 AMR replaces DB11 V12

Aston Martin’s freshest model line gets a top dog in the form of the 2019 Aston Martin DB11 AMR which comes in as a replacement for the outgoing DB11 V12. A few visual updates, more power, and a special version rounds off the changes.

On the oily side, Aston’s 5.2-litre biturbo V12 engine gets a 30 hp boost over the car it replaces. The total output now ranges at 630 hp and the 700 Nm torque goes hand in hand with it. This additional grunt has slashed 0.2 seconds of its 0-100 kph time, which now is 3.7 seconds. For the top speed, the roof has pushed up by 13 kph, all the way up to 335 kph. To make sure that the customers hear the extra power, the AMR gets fitted with a better exhaust. The eight-speed automatic gearbox and the suspension has been calibrated for sharper responses.

On the visual side, nothing groundbreaking has happened. The chrome has been replaced by a dark glossy finish which can be spotted around the head and tail lamps. The roof is also black while the hood and side strakes get carbon fibre finish.

For those who need a special identity, there is a limited-edition AMR Signature Edition which is dressed in Stirling Green with Lime pinstripes and exposed carbon fibre. Inside, the cabin is lined with Dark Knight black leather with lime detailing. The same dark chrome and carbon fibre trim can be found inside the cabin. Only 100 of these will be made.

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