The new Aston Martin Vantage AMR will be made available in a choice of four different exterior colors, these include Stratus White with an Orange graphic; Ultramarine Black with Blue graphic; Zaffre Blue with Red graphic and Scintilla Silver with Grey graphic, each of these color schemes features a different interior color scheme. The first V8 model will utilise the same 430bhp 4.7-litre V8 as the standard V8 Vantage S, connected to either the 7-speed single clutch semi-automatic gearbox, or (thankfully) a six-speed manual. Now, the British marque has finally revealed a couple of production models bearing the AMR badge. The brand was first announced at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, along with the Vantage AMR Pro.
Aston Martin has unveiled a limited edition version of the Vantage, called the Vantage AMR.
Aston Martin says it will limit AMR production to just 300 cars - 100 V12s and 200 V8s.
Aston Martin will launch a new range of cars under its newly-formed AMR banner.
For the car's wheels - fivespoke items on the V8 auto and 10-spoke ones on the V12 - there's a selection of three different finishes.
Aston Martin's successes in endurance motorsport have inspired the overall demeanour of the Vantage AMR, which has been developed with a focus on weight-saving and raucous performance.
In the United Kingdom, the Aston Martin Vantage AMR will have a starting price of £97,995, or the equivalent of around $125,000, with Aston aiming to start delivering cars by Q4 2017. "Unmistakable in look and feel, the Vantage AMR will appeal to our most enthusiastic customers".
"As our most agile and athletic road vehicle, and our long-time representative in the world of GT racing, it is the ideal model with which to introduce the exciting AMR range".
Lightweight ten-spoke alloys are also available, along with other performance boosting options such as an AMR-developed aero that incorporates a carbon-fibre front splitter, dive planes, side sills and a huge fixed rear spoiler. They will cost from £97,995 and deliveries will start late this year.
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