Aston Martin has recently introduced a new model of the DB11 family - the DB11 AMR. This latest iteration of the DB11 AMR is positioned as their new flagship car. It replaces its predecessor the V12-engined DB11 and the carmaker states that the new car boasts of more power, increased performance and enhanced driving dynamics. We reveal all the details through this image gallery.
Powering the new DB11 AMR is a 5.2-litre V12 engine which develops 630bhp of power. This is 30bhp more than the outgoing DB11 V12, with the same torque output of 700Nm of torque.
This powertrain allows the car to do the 0-100kmph sprint in just 3.7 seconds, which is 0.2 seconds faster than the old model. The top speed is rated at 208mph (334kmph).
It's not just faster and more powerful than the DB11 V12 it replaces, but it looks better too. The car's design combines exposed carbon fibre and gloss black detailing, both outside and inside.
Styled in a typical Aston Martin fashion, the refinements on the DB11 design in the front and the back make it more exquisite than the older model.
Some of the highlights of the car include contrast colour brake callipers, dual exhausts, flat-bottomed steering wheel and racing seats.
There's also an exclusive Signature Edition for the AMR, which comes in a stirling green and lime livery. This is in addition to the choice of standard colour and trim options.
This one also comes with extensive carbon fibre detailing on the exterior. However, on the inside it's equipped with dark knight leather and lime detailing and satin dark chrome switchgear.