Instead, Aston is doubling down on a DB11’s V12 goodness, introducing a higher-performance flagship book of a automobile that provides some-more of all fans wish from a top-of-the-line Aston.
It starts with Aston Martin’s twin-turbocharged 5.2-liter V12, that is upgraded to 630 horsepower, a 30 horsepower strike over a unchanging DB11 V12 and 127 horsepower some-more than a V8-engined DB11. Torque stays unvaried during 516 lb.-ft.
The tweaks produce a 0-62 mph acceleration time of 3.7 seconds, that is an alleviation of 0.2 seconds, and a tip speed swells to 208mph
The AMR’s cessation is tauter too, though Aston pledges that a DB11’s movable float has but been preserved. We’ll have to exam this for ourselves, soon!
The involuntary delivery has a sportier new change calibration for rigging changes and a empty complement provides a improved soundtrack from a V12 when a DB11 is switched into competition mode.
“With a well-developed V8 Coupe and Volante we felt a V12 could exhibit some-more of a sporting potential, while remaining a unqualified GT,” noted Aston Martin boss and arch executive officer, Andy Palmer. “By requesting a apartment of delicately deliberate opening and styling enhancements a DB11 AMR is both faster – 208mph! – and some-more precise,” he continued. “It’s a multiple that engages and cossets in equal magnitude to emanate a energetic and charming new flagship for a DB11 range.”
Exposed CO fiber and shimmer black detailing signifies a AMR book of a DB11, with all the outward all brightwork removing a monochrome treatment.
Discriminating buyers can personalize their DB11 AMRs with touches such as a carbon-fiber engine cover, empty tips and a deployable spoiler on a outside, and a new carbon-fiber sports steering circle and paddle shifters in a cabin.
The Aston Martin DB11 AMR is accessible from $241,000, with initial patron deliveries shortly.