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Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24 Edition

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Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24 Edition

Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24 Edition

The Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24 edition is the latest car in Aston’s lineup to receive inspiration from Aston’s current F1 lineup. Aaron Stokes looks at the changes made to the DBX707.

The 707 is the second car to get the F1 treatment in their lineup, after the Vantage F1 edition. Where the F1 edition took inspiration from their F1 car and the safety car, the DBX707 also borrows from the F1 car alongside the medical car, creating the DBX707 AMR24 edition.

So what changes have been made to create the AMR24 edition? Well, the main change is the exterior colour scheme. The AMR24 can be finished in Podium Green, Onyx Black or Neutron White. Alongside these colours, Aston Martin Racing Green or AMR Lime can be optioned for the brake callipers. For the wheels, you get a set of 23” rims which can be finished in satin or gloss black. Personally, I think a set of diamond cut wheels would finish the spec off perfectly. 

As with 90% of special editions, the DBX707 AMR24 can be optioned with plenty of exterior carbon fibre, paired with Lime Green or Trophy Silver accents. If the glossy weave isn’t your thing, you can still have these accents paired with gloss black trim.

Inside this DBX707 there is a similar theme of pre-set specifications. You have the choice of Onyx black with Lime stitching and piping. If you fancy a bit more colour in your DBX707, you can have a mix of Onyx black and Eifel Green, with a lime green contrast stitch. Similarly to the exterior, you can have some additional carbon fibre throughout the cabin. Like the ‘normal’ DBX, you can decide to have dark chrome jewellery, which provides areas such as the paddles and chrome features in black. 

Alongside these changes, there are some bespoke AMR24 touches that can be found etched into the door sills. The DBX707 AMR24 also comes with a Bowers & Wilkins sound system which has been specially designed for the cabin of the DBX707.

Similar to Maserati’s latest special editions, the DBX707 AMR24 hasn’t received any changes to its 4-litre, AMG derived, twin-turbo V8. This means, it still has 697 bhp and 664 lb-ft, propelling the DBX707 to a fainty absurd 193 mph. The power is transferred to the tarmac by a sophisticated all-wheel drive system which can send 100% of torque to the rear wheels. This same system helps the DBX707 to hit 60 mph in 3.1 seconds. 

Aston Martin has not said how limited the DBX707 AMR24 edition will be. However, if you fancy one, the order books are now open.


Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24 Edition
Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24 Edition
Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24 Edition
Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24 Edition

Written by

Aaron Stokes

Published

24 May 2024

Last Updated

24/05/24

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