Aston Martin introduced its DB11 flagship model in 2017 and now, for 2019, it becomes the DB11 AMR. As if the original was not fast enough, the Aston Martin Racing sub-brand has stepped in to dial it up another few notches. While at it, AMR crafted a new top-of-line four-door, the Rapide AMR.
Aston Martin President and CEO Andy Palmer voiced those promises to the Financial Times earlier this month. Somewhat surprisingly, the EVs will begin arriving very soon, with the RapidE, a battery version of the Rapide S sedan, going into production in 2019. It will be an ultra-exclusive model, with just 155 to be built.