Aston Martin has unveiled its 2024 car, the AMR24, ahead of its track debut at Silverstone. According to technical director Dan Fallows, the new design is an evolution of last year's car, with changes made all over. The AMR24 follows a breakthrough 2023 season for Aston Martin, and Fallows attributes the team's stronger position with the new car to crucial work done in the latter part of last year. The car is set to debut at Silverstone on Monday, with the team having taken a pragmatic approach to the end of last season, using it as a learning opportunity for the development of the AMR24. Published on February 12, 2024.

By the Numbers
  • The AMR24 is the first car to be manufactured and assembled in Aston Martin’s new factory at its Silverstone headquarters
  • The AMR24 follows a breakthrough 2023 season for Aston Martin, with multiple podiums and struggles after the summer break
State of Play
  • The AMR24 is set to have its track debut at Silverstone on Monday
  • The team took a pragmatic approach to the end of last season, using it as a learning opportunity for the development of the AMR24
  • Crucial work done in the latter part of last year has put the team in a stronger position with the new car
Bottom Line

The unveiling of the AMR24 represents an evolution of last year's car, following a breakthrough season for Aston Martin in 2023. The team's approach to the end of last season has contributed to the development of the new car, positioning them with confidence for the upcoming season.