New Design Unveiled for Aston Martin DBX AMR24 Edition without Additional Power Boost for F1-Inspired Model

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By Car Brand Experts

Aston Martin is leveraging its recent experience in Formula One to introduce a fresh iteration of its DBX707, but do not anticipate increased performance from this high-performance SUV.

If this seems familiar to you, you would be correct – the British luxury carmaker debuted a special version of the DBX707 last year, also as a tribute to its Formula One endeavors.

Nevertheless, the Aston Martin DBX707 AMR23 Edition was introduced during a period of frequent podium finishes for the team, while the new AMR24-inspired SUV emerges amidst encounters in the mid-field.

The alterations to the exterior compared to last year’s special edition are minimal.

You can still select the exclusive Podium Green paint finish with lime green-accented carbon fibre body extensions, or now choose from Onyx Black and Neutron White finishes which can be matched with Trophy Silver accents.

Other unique additions specific to the AMR24 compared to its base model DBX707 include a custom engine plaque, as well as brake calipers in either Racing Green or AMR Lime.

The AMR24 is equipped with Aston Martin’s new 23-inch ‘Fortis’ wheels, available in either satin or gloss black.

The interior is where the AMR24 distinguishes itself the most from last year’s special edition.

The DBX707 recently underwent a significant dashboard renovation, resulting in a new instrument cluster, redesigned air vents, a center console-mounted gear selector replacing the buttons on the dashboard, an array of more contemporary physical controls, and an updated steering wheel.

The Inspire Sport trim is standard on the AMR24, available in Onyx Black with Lime contrast stitching and piping, or a two-tone Onyx Black and Eifel Green.

There is also an increase in carbon fiber, as well as dark chrome or titanium mesh accents with satin chrome highlights compared to the regular DBX707.

The door cards of the car feature AMR24 etching, along with a lime hand-stitched saddle strap on the wireless charging station.

While an optional feature with the DBX707, the AMR24 Edition comes with a Bowers and Wilkins 1600-watt, 23-speaker audio system as standard.

Regrettably, for those expecting improved performance, this latest special edition – as with the AMR23 preceding it – is primarily an aesthetic package.

A twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine continues to deliver 520kW of power and 900Nm of torque, propelling all four wheels through a nine-speed automatic transmission.

Although orders have commenced for the Aston Martin DBX707 AMR24 Edition, there is no confirmation of its availability in Australia.

Pricing for the updated DBX in Australia has not yet been disclosed by Aston Martin.

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