|Top speed||315 km/h 196 mph|
|0-100 km/h |
|507 hp 373 kW |
502 Nm @ 5500 rpm
|hp / weight||350 hp per tonne|
|Displacement||V8 4.7 litre 4735 cc|
|Weight||1450 kg 3197 lbs|
|Price||300 000 $|
The Vantage AMR Pro – heavily influenced by Aston Martin Racing’s WEC winning V8 Vantage GTE – is the pinnacle; an uncompromising demonstration of AMR’s ‘Track to Tarmac’ philosophy whereby race technology is transferred to road cars.
I would be completely ashamed to leave on this Aston on ordinary roads: a car is not cheap, there are more suitable cars for this. Yes, even the same Vantage, the usual modifications. In the AMR Pro, it’s not without reason that they put the racing engine. His element is a track. In addition, due to the level of emissions and noise, he was ordered to go to ordinary roads. Well, okay: the idea of creating a purely tracked “toy” based on Vantage is itself a sound one.