Aston Martin Valkyrie makes global debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show

Aston Martin DB11 at Geneva 2017

Featuring a 600PS version of Aston Martin's celebrated 6.0-litre naturally aspirated V12 and Aston Martin claims it is the world's fastest and most thrilling four-door, capable of 210MPH.

Motivated by a 592-horspower/6.0-liter naturally aspirated V12 that gives it a top speed of 210 miles per hour, the Aston Martin Rapide AMR is finished in AMR's signature Stirling Green with lime-green accents set off by a selection of carbon fiber detail bits.

The AMR Pro models will be sharper, more powerful, more intelligent and will have a unique kind of exterior. The company also will be launching the gorgeous "continuation" DB4 GT, and we've heard rumors that we'll be seeing a V-8-powered version of the DB11, which would be the first Aston to use the twin-turbo 4.0-liter AMG engine.

The brand's only four-door model also gets unique 21-inch wheels and aerodynamic parts around the auto.

It will be the second mid-engined Aston model, following the limited-edition Valkyrie hypercar, due in 2019.

How many of each model will be made? Inside, there are special bucket seats, plus carbonfibre and Alcantara trim.

The Vantage AMR Pro pairs its race-spec fully adjustable suspension with stouter engine/transmission mounts and wraps its super-sticky Michelin Pilot Cup 2 tires around 19-inch staggered-width center-lock alloy wheels. Aston has confirmed it will build 210 Rapide AMR models.

Sounding as much of a Led Zeppelin song as it does a sleek hypercar, Valkyrie is the name of the million-dollar automobile that was known as the decidedly less-sexy AM-RB 001 while in development.

Red Bull advanced technologies, through its Formula One racing team, has been a project partner for Valkyrie, handling the technical development through Adrian Newey, called a "brilliant engineering guru" by The Verge.

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