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One Last Hurrah: Aston Martin Vantage AMR

Aston Martin Vantage AMR

James Bond has never driven the current Aston Martin Vantage since its inception in 2005. However, it exists in Aston's line-up of flamboyant GT cars because of its extremely competent chassis and a beautiful V12 motor in it stop variant. Aston is replacing the Vantage with a new model, inspired from the current DB11.

However, before it becomes a museum piece, Aston's performance division AMR, has taken the old bruiser and put immense grunt to it. The result is an exclusive Vantage AMR range that exists for Aston's discerning customers. The 300 cars under this badge will come with a choice of V8 and V12 motors, with the latter producing close to 600bhp.

Customers will have an option between a manual and a paddle-shift gearbox, race-spec aero kit, tasteful interiors with alcantara-leather combo and sensational titanium exhausts. Prices for the AMR Vantage start as £97,995. However, a more hardcore Vantage AMR Pro will be arriving later with extreme track capabilities and price tag.