Aston Martin Just Unveiled a Road-Ready Version of Its F1 Medical Car

You’re unlikely to ever get the chance to drive Aston Martin’s Formula 1 car, but the British marque is giving fans another chance to buy a vehicle inspired by it.

The famed sports car maker has just unveiled the new DBX707 AMR24 Edition that’ll look familiar to anyone who’s watched Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll race this year. The latest exclusive edition of the high-performance SUV is available in a spec that looks almost identical to that worn by the company’s F1 medical car.

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It’s the details where the DBX707 AMR24 differentiates itself from the standard version of Aston’s super SUV. The variant is available in three finishes—Podium Green, Onyx Black, and Neutron White—the latter two of which were not available on last year’s AMR23. That’s not it for options, though. Drivers can also select a gloss black or carbon fiber lower-body trim with either Lime Green or Trophy Silver Accents, as well as Aston Martin Racing Green or Lime Green brake calipers. F1 fans who want to feel like they’re driving the championship’s medical car to and from work will want to opt for Podium Green with Lime Green accents.

Inside the Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24
Inside the Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24 Edition

There are even more choices inside the vehicle. The SUV’s cabin can be decked out in either Onyx Black by itself or paired with Eiffel Green. Both colorways feature Lime Green contrast stitching. Trim choices, meanwhile, are limited to carbon fiber or dark chrome trim. The cabin also features special “AMR24” plates on the door sills.

The mill under the DBX707 AMR24 looks to have been left untouched, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing since it is the most powerful version of the SUV. The special edition is powered by the twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8, just like last year’s model. The potent setup kicks out a very impressive 697 horses and 663 ft lbs of twist. Thanks to all that grunt, the SUV can rocket from zero to 60 mph in a very sports car-like 3.1 seconds, and hit a top speed of 193 mph.

A rear 3/4 view of the Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24
A rear 3/4 view of the Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24

Aston Martin hasn’t announced how much the DBX707 AMR24 or how many they’ll make, but dealers are now taking orders for the special-edition model. Pricing for past F1 editions suggests the vehicle add as much as a 10-percent premium to the vehicle’s $242,000 starting price.

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