The unveiling of the AM310 follows months of undercover testing, captured by TMR's photographers in various states of disguise.
Like Porsche's 911, Aston's DB flagships have carried a familiar evolutionary style through the years, and the story is the same here.
Borrowing from and softening the lines of the limited-edition One-77 supercar, the AM310 brings a sharpened profile, more pronounced guards and a longer roofline.
Up front is a longer and slimmer grille design and Rapide-inspired headlights, while the rear lights are a clear nod to the tail of the One-77.
Both bumpers feature track-driven aerodynamic treatments, bringing an even more purposeful look to the supercoupe.
Numerous reports point to the DBS name, although it is unclear if a new DBS would rule above an eventual DB10, or if it would replace the DB9 all-together.
Technical details for the AM310 remain a secret, and while rumours suggest a more powerful version of the car's existing V12 engine, Aston has yet to offer any official clues. TMR explored engine opportunities in an earlier report.
For now, the AM310 remains a concept. We expect to hear word of its production debut in the coming months.
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[photos via Autoblog.nl]