Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24: Formula 1’s medical car hits the road

Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24: Formula 1’s medical car hits the road
Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24: Formula 1’s medical car hits the road

Aston Martin recently unveiled the Valiant, a very special GT built with the participation of Fernando Alonso. And now, coinciding with the Formula 1 British Grand Prix, it is presenting a special version of the DBX707 that bears the name of the Spanish driver’s car, AMR24.

They are essentially opposite cars, but with a common link: F1. If the Valiant has been made in collaboration with Fernando Alonsothis baby has its roots in the official medical car of the Formula 1to the point that the colour of the presentation is the same as that seen by fans of the top category closing the category’s formation lap.

The DBX707, the most powerful SUV on the market, with a 4.0 V8 biturbo engine with 707 horsepower, was the starting point. Aston Martin Racing has carried out various works on the same to enhance its exclusivity.

The presentation at the British GP is also justified because the car is the first developed in the AMR Technolgy Campus at Silverstone, next to the F1 team’s headquarters, in the industrial estate that surrounds the track.

“The DBX707 AMR24 Edition is a luxury SUV that stands out for its incredible road presence. Aston Martin competes at the very top of global motorsport, which represents a key pillar in our brand and product strategy for our road cars. It is a real pleasure to offer this special edition in celebration of the Aston Martin Aramco Formula 1 Team,” he said. Marco Mattiacciwho was briefly the top manager of Scuderia Ferrari during the time of Fernando Alonso and who today leads the destiny of Aston Martin.

Mechanically there are no differences with the DBX707; the dynamism and performance of the model continue to mark the forefront of the segment. SUV. Remember that the engine is coupled to a nine-speed automatic transmission with wet clutch and enjoys a sophisticated all-wheel drive system that has the option of sending up to 100% of the torque to the rear axle on demand. It can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers/hour in 3.3 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 310 kilometers/hour.

This version AMR24 It is distinguished above all by its equipment and finishes, by some exclusive details that go beyond the traditional version of the model.

The first thing that stands out is the choice of colours: Podium Green, Onyx Black or Neutron White. Also the 23-inch Fortis wheels in satin or gloss black and the brake calipers in Aston Martin Racing Green or AMR Lime. The bodywork also features details in Lime Green or Trophy Silver on the gloss black or carbon silhouette, reminiscent of those of the AMR24 F1, and features an exclusive AMR24 plaque on the engine.

Inside, the Inspire Sport upholstery is available in two colours: Onyx Black – a monotone – with striking lime stitching and piping, or Onyx Black / Eifel Green Duotone with contrasting lime stitching. It features an Aston Martin logo on the dashboard and AMR24 script on the door sills. Carbon fibre or chrome ‘jewel-effect’ detailing or a titanium mesh with dark chrome complete the distinctive interior.

As exclusive equipment we find a sound system developed together with Bowers & Wilkins offering exceptional quality. Of course, it incorporates the advanced infotainment system developed in-house by Aston Martin.

 
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