Aston Martin reveals 630bhp DB11 AMR at the Green Hell

Coinciding with the opening of its new Performance Centre at the Nürburgring, Aston Martin has revealed the DB11 AMR, a sharper and more powerful version of the outgoing V12 it replaces as the model’s flagship…

Before the Nürburgring 24 Hours last weekend, Aston Martin opened a Performance Centre at the Green Hell, dedicated to supporting its customers and privateer racing teams and developing the AMR side of the business. The occasion was celebrated with the reveal of the DB11 AMR, which replaces the DB11 V12 as the model’s flagship. The headline figure is a 30bhp increase in power to 630, helping the car to accelerate from 0 to 60mph in 3.7 seconds. Aesthetically, the model is defined by its carbon-fibre and gloss black detailing, including what was formerly brightwork on the DB11 V12. Beneath the surface, Aston’s engineers have worked on refining the handling and there’s a new, louder exhaust, said to be more characteristic of the 12-cylinder engine. The DB11 AMR will cost 218,595 euros, with deliveries commencing in the summer. 

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