Aston Martin Makes Important Promise To Car Fans

“Our current AMG engines are just that – AMG engines in an Aston,” said Stroll. “With this new deal, we will have bespoke AMG engines for Aston with different outputs, torque characteristics, etc. They’ll still be AMG components but bespoke manufactured in Germany.”Of course, apart from the V8, Aston also currently offers a 5.2L twin-turbo V12, developed independently from AMG, and the company is working on a new 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 (codenamed TM01) that will go into the upcoming Vanquish supercar and 2022 Aston Martin Valhalla. These cars may feature an AMG hybrid system paired with an Aston Martin engine. By 2026, the first pure-electric Aston Martin should arrive.
Source: carbuzz.com