This is the new Aston Martin DB11 AMR!
As you can probably tell by the big text on the wall behind.
But the AMR is more than three little letters -- it starts with an upgrade to the car's 6.2-liter, twin-turbo V12. Thirty more horses bring the total power up to 630!
Some subtle suspension tweaks make for a more responsive drive, too.
And the new, forged wheels save about eight pounds per corner.
The result is a car that's slightly more engaging to drive and a little bit quicker, but with a saucier exhaust note that gets the juices flowing more quickly.
Despite that, it's still an incredibly good grand tourer. That is to say: you won't hate yourself after covering big miles in this.
The styling tweaks are subtle, mostly focused on toning down some of the car's chrome.
Interior, too, features carbon fiber and a new Lime Essence stripe up the center of the seats.
So, it's not a hardcore racer by any means, but it's a slightly more purposeful flavor of an already sweet package.
Yours for only $241,000 -- and up.