Aston Martin unveiled a new version of the supercar DB11

Ruben Fields
May 15, 2018

Launched at the opening of Aston Martin's new Nürburgring-based AMR Performance Center, the DB11 AMR puts more distance between V8-powered and V12-powered DB11 models.

Power from the twin-turbocharged 5.2-litre V12 has now increased to 630bhp (30bhp more compared to the outgoing DB11 V12) while the torque figures remain unchanged at 700Nm. The 5.2-liter powerplant pushes the DB11 AMR to a top speed of 208 miles per hour, while reports claim that the power increase may come from a further-tuned exhaust system. This equates to a 0-60 time of approximately 3.5 seconds.

In addition, the engineers at Aston Martin have improved eight-speed automatic and also the machine equipped with a modified suspension and a different exhaust system.

British manufacturer Aston Martin AMR has developed a version of its supercar DB11 with a 630-horsepower V12 engine.

Aston Martin has also tweaked the DB11 AMR's exhaust note for a louder more vocal sound, especially when in Sport mode. On the outside, all brightwork has been given a monochrome treatment: dark headlight surrounds and smoked tail lamps complimented by dark front grille and tailpipes; gloss black roof, roof strake plus side sills and splitter offering a subtle contrast with the exposed weave of the CF hood blades and side strakes.

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Sporting credentials such as a flat-bottomed steering wheel, contrast colour brake callipers, dual exhausts and racing seats all feature in the vehicle.

Besides the comprehensive offer of standard colors and trim options, the DB11 AMR is available in three Designer Specifications, plus an exclusive AMR Signature Edition that combines a Stirling Green and lime livery with an interior featuring Dark Knight leather and Lime detailing, Satin Dark Chrome switchgear, and Satin Carbon Fiber trim.

Inside, the DB11 AMR scores black leather and Alcantara upholstery with a contrasting lime stripe along with sports seats and a leather sport steering wheel.

The AMR Signature Edition will be limited to 100 units worldwide, each priced at £201,995.

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