The V-12-powered Aston Martin DB11 might be gone, though something even softened has taken a place. With softened handling, some-more power, and courteous cosmetic upgrades, a DB11 AMR improves on Aston Martin’s strange regulation for grand touring.
Aston’s AMR sub-brand has created high-performance variants of a Vantage and Valkyrie, and now a DB11 advantages from a treatment. Slotting above a 503-hp DB11 V8, a indication packs a 5.2-liter V-12 with 630 hp. This is 30 some-more hp compared to a aged V-12 model. Top speed is rated a healthy 208 mph.
In a new First Drive, we noted, “It’s beautiful, powerful, and elegant, and now—with a bit some-more hair poking out of a shirt—the AMR is a constrained proposition. Before, there wasn’t adequate illumination between a AMG-engined DB11 V8 and a large V-12 in terms of power, and a lighter V8 gathering better. Now, a doing advantage goes to a AMR. It’s one iteration some-more sorted out.”
Check out a video to learn some-more about how a 2019 DB11 AMR improves on prior iterations.