Aston Martin DBX 707 AMR23 Edition debuts – F1 medical car replica

In celebration of the Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team’s success, the British luxury performance carmaker has debuted the AMR23 Edition of the Aston Martin DBX 707. This limited edition luxury performance SUV is named after Aston Martin’s Formula 1 (AMR23 F1) race car and looks identical to the official 2023 F1 Medical Car.

On the outside, the DBX 707 AMR23 Edition features a Podium Green Paint, with details such as the ‘Q by Aston Martin’ fender badge, as well as the Aston Martin Racing Green brake callipers. There are also lime accents on the performance SUV’s carbon body kit, reminiscent of those on the AMR23 F1 car and the official F1 Medical Car.

Inside the limited edition SUV are lime contrast stitchings on the Onyx Black and Eifel Green interior, as well as carbon fibre trims on the centre console and dashboard. The AMR23 logo can be seen on the door sills as well.

Under the hood, the DBX 707 AMR23 Edition features a powertrain similar to the one on the ‘regular’ DBX 707, which is the 4.0-litre V8 twin-turbo engine sourced from Mercedes-Benz AMG. Mated to a 9-speed automatic gearbox, both the DBX 707 and its AMR23 sibling produce just as their names suggest, 707 hp and 900 Nm, enabling the two to do the 0-100 km/h run in just 3.3 seconds.

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Although no pricing details of the performance SUV have been released by Aston Martin, the car is now open for booking according to the luxury performance carmaker’s website. In Malaysia, the ‘regular’ Aston Martin DBX 707 is available for purchase for those who are able to afford it. However, its sticker price is at an irregular RM1.1 million before tax. There is also the Vantage F1 Edition which has been launched in Malaysia in March 2023, fetching a price of RM978k before taxes.

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