There are four different colour combinations on offer: white and orange, black and blue, blue with red or silver with grey. The optional Halo Pack adds green highlights to the car, inspired by the finish on the #95 Vantage GTE that won its class in the World Endurance Championship last year. It isn't particularly subtle, but standing out is the goal here.
Inside, the Vantage AMR has been kitted out with a combination of leather and Alcantara, while roadsters get a leather-only finish. Each car will get an interior trimmed to match the exterior paintwork. A set of lightweight carbon fibre bucket seats is on the options list, too.
"It's a real thrill to see our first AMR model go into production," says Aston Martin CEO and President, Andy Palmer. "Unmistakable in look and feel the Vantage AMR will appeal to our most enthusiastic customers. These are people who love our cars for their motorsport pedigree, and for their unmistakable dynamic and emotional qualities. Limited production numbers will undoubtedly make them extremely collectible, but they're so good to drive."
The Vantage AMR will be available as a V8 or V12, and comes in Coupe and Roadster form. Prices will start £97,995 (US$124,924) in the UK, and deliveries will begin in Q4 this year. Just 300 examples will be built – 200 V8s and 100 V12s.
Source: Aston Martin/New Atlas