A new model unveiling is always cause for celebration at Aston Martin. The simultaneous launch of not one, but three cars on the same day? Unprecedented. Yet, the grand reveal of the AMR24 Formula 1® challenger on February 12 2024, alongside the new Vantage and Vantage GT3 race car, conveyed a bold statement of intent. 

After the Aston Martin Aramco Formula One® Team celebrated their best-ever season in 2023, clinching nine podiums and 280 Championship points under the expert control of Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll, expectations are sky-high for the AMR24 Formula 1® challenger.

The new Vantage, unleashed on the very same day, has much to live up to also. Not least because it follows the much-celebrated DB12 in spearheading Aston Martin’s next generation of sports cars, but because of the iconic racing bloodline that precedes it.

Side-by-side, these two cars represent the racing heart of the British ultra-luxury manufacturer and its commitment to integrating motorsport technologies in its high-performance cars for the road.

The Vantage name has always stood for engineering ambition and thrilling performance, ever since it was first used to denote an uprated engine package for the race-proven DB2 in 1950, the same year that Silverstone hosted its first World Championship Formula One race. More recently, Vantage has come to represent the most dynamic period of Aston Martin’s 111-year history, having proven its mettle in the 2023 Formula 1® season and dominating in international endurance racing.

The new generation Vantage, the fastest in the nameplate’s history, embodies this sporting prowess for which it’s renowned – but more than this, is an unadulterated celebration of pure performance, engineered for real drivers.

The spectacular new Vantage GT3, meanwhile, mirrors the latest showroom model’s intensified performance, sharpened dynamics and eye-catching style, and will be a formidable new entry into some of the world’s most prestigious endurance events, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2024.

“Over recent years we have already seen the sport of Formula 1 have a transformative impact on our brand, attracting new customers to Aston Martin and driving reappraisal of our products,” explains Lawrence Stroll, Executive Chairman of Aston Martin. “Boosted by a highly competitive F1 team, the synergy with high-performance motorsport technologies is something we can maximise even further through our next generation of sportscars and endurance motorsport strategy.”

Each brother in speed is ready for its assigned challenge: to surpass the glory and achievements of its predecessors and write the next chapter of Aston Martin’s illustrious history. 

The Aston Martin Aramco Formula One® Team begins the 2024 FIA Formula One World Championship™ season at the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix on 2 March 2024.