Aston Martin has revealed the DBR22 concept, a roadster with a 715 hp V12 engine

The British from Aston Martin have published the official photos and information regarding the new DBR22 concept. It is a two-seater roadster whose design was inspired by the racing models produced by the Gaydon-based builder in the 1950s,

The model marks the tenth anniversary of the special ‘Q by Aston Martin’ personalization division of the models in the range. Under the hood, the DBR22 has a 715 horsepower V12 engine.

The Aston Martin DBR22 Concept delivers 715 hp and 753 Nm of torque

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The new concept car highlights the design expertise of the “Q” division specialists. For the first time in history, the British manufactured some components, especially those on the rear axle, using the new 3D printing technology.

The Aston Martin DBR22 received a completely new body. It is made from a reduced number of panels and features a number of aerodynamic elements. The car’s design is inspired by the old DBR1 and DB3S racing models that were all the rage in the 1950s. At the front, a huge new grille with carbon fiber inserts stands out, while the long hood houses a huge horseshoe-shaped air intake.

The exterior is completed by a set of 21-inch 14-spoke wheels. They were created specifically for this concept and feature a single central hub just like the racing cars. In this way, the weight of the roadster was reduced without affecting the rigidity. Inside, we find carbon fiber sports seats and leather upholstery.

The concept uses a 5.2-liter twin-turbo V12 engine that delivers 715 hp and 753 Nm of torque. Under these conditions, the model can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 319 km/h. Resources are transmitted through an eight-speed automatic gearbox, which offers paddles on the steering wheel for changing ratios.

The Aston Martin DBR22 will be presented to the public at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. The event will take place between August 19 and 21.

Source: Aston Martin


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