Before making its formal premiere at the 2022 Monterey Car Week on August 19, Aston Martin unveiled the DBR22 supercar, and it has a 5.2-liter, twin-turbo V12 engine powers. The 1959 DBR1, which won the Le Mans, inspired the speedster's design. Like the Vulcan, the British automaker will produce the DBR22 in fundamental quantities. A 5.2-liter, twin-turbo V12 engine powers it.
Aston Martin has a rich history in racing, having won numerous races and titles. The company has succeeded in motorsport competitions, including the Formula 1 and the FIA World Endurance Championship. The DBR22 was unveiled by the British manufacturer to mark the bespoke Q division's tenth anniversary. Ten units will probably be produced in an essential quantity for the supercar.
The Aston Martin DBR22 has an open-cockpit design, a chiseled grille, massive air dams, a narrow windscreen, and oval-shaped LED headlights. The supercar is surrounded on the sides by ORVMs, flared wheel arches, and 21-inch 14-spoke alloy wheels. At the back, options include twin exhaust tips, a diffuser, and connected LED tail lights.
The 8-speed automated transmission is paired with a 5.2-liter, twin-turbocharged V12 engine to power the DBR22. The highest power output is 705 hp, and its maximum torque output is 753 Nm. The supercar can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 319 km/h.
The Aston Martin DBR22's interior features an athletic and opulent two-seater cabin, with fine leather upholstery on the dashboard, door trims, and race-style bucket seats. It has two screens for the instrument cluster, automated climate control, a multifunction steering wheel with paddle shifters, exposed carbon fiber, and an infotainment system.
When the super-exclusive DBR22 enters final production, Aston Martin will provide the super-exclusive DBR22's pricing information. However, we anticipate the car will cost about £1.5 million (approximately Rs. 14.3 crores).