Aston Martin launched the all new L-E AMR sub-brand

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British carmaker Aston Martin has launched an all-new, limited edition hardcore performance AMR sub-brand. To show just what the sub-brand is proficient of, the carmaker revealed the Vantage AMR Pro and Rapide AMR at the Geneva motor display. All future Aston Martin model ranges, including its upcoming SUV, will be receiving the AMR treatment. These models will offer improved performance, harsher dynamics and more thrilling styling. Described by Aston Martin chief creative officer, Marek Reichman, as the “cherry on the cake” of every model in its choice, AMR cars will be road-legal, while AMR Pro cars will be track-only and developed separately from other models by the Q by Aston Martin bespoke division. The Rapide AMR is defined by its makers as “the world’s most thrilling four door”. It is powered by the 600 BHP V-12 from the Vantage GT-12, running through a new quad exhaust system, and has a top speed of 338-kph.

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It is finished in Stirling Green with olive green accents, has 21 inch wheels and a revised grille, front splitter, rear diffuser, side sills and aero spoiler on the rear. Inside, there is wide use of carbon fibre, including light-weight seats and trims. The car will be limited to 210 units. The Vantage AMR Pro is powered by a 507 BHP version of the championship-winning GT4’s V-8 race engine.It also has race-spec adjustable suspension center lock wheels and, engine and transmissions mounts and race tyres. Aston Martin says it offers “Amazing control and excellent levels of traction and grip.” Also painted Stirling Green with lemon green accents, it uses the rear wing and the bonnet of the firm’s World Endurance Championship winning competitors. Other details include new front bumper, grille, and splitter and rear diffuser designs. Inside, carbon fibre dominates again, along with a roll cage. Just seven Vantage AMR Pro cars will be sold in total. British carmaker Aston Martin has launched an all-new, limited edition hardcore performance AMR sub-brand. To show just what the sub-brand is proficient of, the carmaker revealed the Vantage AMR Pro and Rapide AMR at the Geneva motor display. All future Aston Martin model ranges, including its upcoming SUV, will be receiving the AMR treatment.

These models will offer improved performance, harsher dynamics and more thrilling styling. Described by Aston Martin chief creative officer, Marek Reichman, as the “cherry on the cake” of every model in its choice, AMR cars will be road-legal, while AMR Pro cars will be track-only and developed separately from other models by the Q by Aston Martin bespoke division. The Rapide AMR is defined by its makers as “the world’s most thrilling four door”. It is powered by the 600 BHP V-12 from the Vantage GT-12, running through a new quad exhaust system, and has a top speed of 338-kph.

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It is finished in Stirling Green with olive green accents, has 21 inch wheels and a revised grille, front splitter, rear diffuser, side sills and aero spoiler on the rear. Inside, there is wide use of carbon fibre, including light-weight seats and trims. The car will be limited to 210 units. The Vantage AMR Pro is powered by a 507 BHP version of the championship-winning GT4’s V-8 race engine.

It also has race-spec adjustable suspension center lock wheels and, engine and transmissions mounts and race tyres. Aston Martin says it offers “Amazing control and excellent levels of traction and grip.” Also painted Stirling Green with lemon green accents, it uses the rear wing and the bonnet of the firm’s World Endurance Championship winning competitors. Other details include new front bumper, grille, and splitter and rear diffuser designs. Inside, carbon fibre dominates again, along with a roll cage. Just seven Vantage AMR Pro cars will be sold in total.