The Aston Martin Advanced Operations Department wants you to know 2019 Aston Martin Rapide. The second Aston Martin product that highlights the synergies between races after DB11 AMR, the production version follows the concept presented at the Geneva Motor Show 2017. Unless the auto market suddenly switches sedan, the ‘Hard’ 2019 Aston Martin Rapide it will be one of the last major changes in the Fastback four door Fast four door until the withdrawal in 2020 to do DBX way cross.
Exterior and Interior
2019 Aston Martin Rapide production is actually very similar to the concept car concept. At the front, we can see the same aggressive grille. Removed from the Vantage AMR Pro, it is larger than normal and sports a black honeycomb grille. The bumper has been revised to include a piece of carbon fiber at the bottom, including the separator and strip accent and Zagato daytime running lights inspired by the company’s recent models. The shape and size of the engine hood remain unchanged, but the ventilation openings and accent strips are larger. It is also made of carbon fiber to save more weight. On the sides, we can see new strakes on the front fenders and side skirts redesigned with a decorative band. Standard wheels were abandoned in favor of the 21 inch wheels, the first for an Aston Martin. The wheels are finished in black and feature a complex multi spoke design and a brake caliper mask painted green. On the back, the sedan has won a carbon fiber spoiler on the top of the platform, as well as an aggressive carbon fiber diffuser. The latter features accent stripes and includes a four way exhaust pipe design. Aston Martin says the aerodynamics of the AMR has been adjusted to reduce lift while maintaining a neutral balance. Unlike the concept car, the production sedan is available in three versions. Standard and silhouette ornaments can be one of four colors, including Mariana Blue, Silver Scintilla, Silver Lighting and Onyx Black. The difference is made by trying to accentuate the stripes. While Standard adds ARM Lime signals, Silhouette eliminates accents and comes with a full contrast band in China Gray or Clubsport White. Finally, the Signature model combines paint with Stirling Lime Green accents and lime streak, as seen in the car’s presentation and concept. This livery is inspired by full fledged AMR race cars.
The interior of the 2019 Aston Martin Rapide also depends a lot on the concept car. The center console and console are both carbon fiber, while the seats are lined with Alcantara, a scoop for the 2019 Aston Martin Rapide. The seats are also different from the standard units, which have been replaced by bucket seats with integrated headrests. They also feature subtle AMR logos, contrast stitching and AMR Lime or Galena Silver stripes. A new steering wheel based on the One-77 supercar is now available as an option. Other unique features include an AMR inspection plate and carbon fiber door frames marked “AMR”. In addition, customers have access to the company’s customized Q division, which allows for increased customization.
The AMR package is not just about images. The update adds a little boost and makes the 2019 Aston Martin Rapide the most powerful sedan to use the Aston Martin badge. The motivation comes from the familiar 6.0 liter V-12 engine, but at first thought the naturally aspirated mill would be tuned to 592 horsepower and 465 lb-ft as the Zagato versions, the unit is a bit more powerful than . Specifically, Aston Martin has increased production to 595 horsepower, an increase of 43 horsepower over the regular 2019 Aston Martin Rapide. The couple remains unchanged at 465 lb-ft, a slight increase of eight foot pounds. Enhancements that add additional thrust collectors include the larger inlet to improve airflow and an evolution of the cooling system used in the S. Vanquish Sprint at 60 mph 4.2 seconds early Takes standing in the RAM two tenths faster than the regular sedan. The maximum speed also went from 203 to 205 mph. Along with the energy upgrade, 2019 Aston Martin Rapide has also obtained a revised suspension that brings the vehicle closer to the ground by 0.4 inches. 2019 Aston Martin Rapide’s standard three stage shock absorbers are still in the car, but have been redesigned for greater agility and dynamics. The wheels are now packed in Michelin Super Sport tires, while the braking power comes from standard ceramic and carbon brakes. The discs measure 15.7 inches at the front and 14.1 inches at the back. This is the first time a 2019 Aston Martin Rapide receives such large carbon ceramic brakes.
Price and Release Date
Aston Martin will develop a total of 210 2019 Aston Martin Rapide for global consumption. Costs start at $ 240,000 and the initial shipment of supersedan will begin before the end of the year.