The Vantage AMR Pro is a track-only beast that exemplifies just how hardcore the AMR lineup can get.

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It uses a variant of the GT4 racecar's V8 racing engine, and it'll put out about 500 horsepower.

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This one also sports a new bumper, splitter, a tweaked rear diffuser and the largest rear wing known to man.

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Racing cred comes from an adjustable suspension, racing transmission mounts, a roll cage and center-locking wheels with Michelin Pilot Cup 2 tires.

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The interior is still comfortable, with Alcantara suede upholstery and a bunch of carbon fiber.

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You're going to have to act fast if you want one, though.

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Aston Martin will produce just seven examples of the Vantage AMR Pro.

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There will likely be a more sedate but still crazy AMR (non-Pro) coming later on.

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Either way, AMR is the start of something big for Aston's road car lineup.

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After all, who doesn't want to drive around in a racecar?

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