The joint effort between Aston Martin and Brough Superior, which will be hand built at the Brough Superior factory in Toulouse, also includes the ‘lacewing’ badge found on all Valkyrie models. At 99.4 per cent lighter than the traditional enamel badge, the lacewing badge is 30 per cent thinner than a human hair, and can be found on the nose cowl and tank.
There is only one specification available for the AMB 001 Pro, and comes in Aston Martin ‘Verdant Jade’ colours, accented by streaks of ‘Photon Lime’, as found on the AMR racing liveries around the world.
“There is no separation between the advanced materials, design and technical capabilities of the bike,” said Executive Vice President and Chief Creative Officer of Aston Martin, Marek Reichman. “We’ve achieved this fluidity again with Brough Superior for those who desire a track superbike like none other. The rider is part of this moving sculpture and will literally feel as though they are part of the track when laying atop the AMB 001 Pro.”