Aston Martin DBS Superleggera AMR adds more power

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

Overwhelming reviews of the DBS Superleggera from all over the world have started to pour in from the worlds leading automotive publications, but that won’t stop AMR as they already have plans for an even hotter, faster and lighter version of the recently launched sports car.

With the Ferrari 812 Superfast firmly in its sights, the DBS Superleggera AMR’s twin-turbo 5.2-litre V12 will be taken back behind closed doors and will be engineered with some minor tweaks to produce a speculated 750 horsepower, a modest increase over the current version which produces 715 hp.

Furthermore, if we turn our attention to the DB11 AMR upgrades, we’ve got a feeling the DBS Superleggera AMR will receive new spring rates and revised adaptive dampers better suited for blasting full speed around your local race track. Rumour has it the changes don’t stop there as the sports car will launch with a custom rear limited-slip differential to further improve its performance.

Aston Martin will also extend the modifications and install lightweight materials on the DBS Superleggera AMR. This will include carbon fibre inside and out plus other lighter materials.

And with the engine uprated and weight loss, top speed and acceleration will no doubt increase. The recently launched version sprints from 0-100 km/h in 3.5 seconds before hitting a top speed of just shy of 340 km/h.

Aston Martin hasn’t said when we’ll get to see the DBS Superleggera AMR but a launch date sometime next year seems feasible with a possible unveiling between now and then. has used Aston Martin for sale in Dubai.

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