Aston Martin Debuts 2019 DB11 AMR Ahead of Nürburgring Racing Event
It hosts the same engine as the older model.
To make its mark in the competitive global car market, Aston Martin’s performance sub-brand AMR recently improved the Vantage and the Valkyrie. Their latest creation, the 2019 DB11 AMR, was introduced 3 days ago before the start of the prestigious Nürburgring 24-hour racing event.
This flagship 2019 DB11 AMR hosts the same engine as the older model, which was a dual-turbo 5.2-liter V-12, however, AMR has boosted the power output by 30 hp to come to a total of 630hp, while the 516 lb-ft of torque is unchanged. The added power allows the car to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds, which is fast but not significant considering the regular DB11 achieves the feat in 3.8 seconds. The car can reach a top speed of 208 mph.
In addition, the chassis is enhanced by the head engineer, Matt Becker, himself, so the car feels a better connection with the road. The exhaust system has been upgraded for a better sound in Sport mode. The exterior of this DB11 AMR sports a mixture of carbon-fiber and gloss black paintwork. The buyers can choose from 3 bespoke Designer Specifications.
The interior is graced with brownish leather and Alcantara padding with matching lime colored stripes on the comfy seats and a leather steering wheel, both as standard. However, the limited-edition has add-ons such as model Dark Knight leather and lime accents, Satin Dark Chrome switchgear, as well as a Satin Carbon-Fiber trim.
To woo customers even further, Aston Martin will release a limited-edition version with AMR’s recognizable Stirling Green color, of which only 100 examples shall be produced.
The 2019 DB11 AMR is available for pre-order with deliveries starting from mid-2018 and prices starting from $241,000.
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