Aston Martin announced last fall it would be dipping a toe into the motorcycle world with the help of bike builder Brough Superior. The first bike is the AMB 001, and it's finally undergoing track testing and development. The turbocharged 180-horsepower motorcycle is shown on video powering around a race track. It offers a good look at the bike's double-wishbone girder-style front end in action, a signature of Brough Superior bikes.

Aston Martin Brough Superior AMB 001
  • Aston Martin Brough Superior AMB 001
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Aston Martin Brough Superior AMB 001
  • Aston Martin Brough Superior AMB 001
  • Image Credit: Aston Martin
Aston Martin Brough Superior AMB 001
  • Aston Martin Brough Superior AMB 001
  • Image Credit: Aston Martin
Aston Martin Brough Superior AMB 001
  • Aston Martin Brough Superior AMB 001
  • Image Credit: Aston Martin
Aston Martin Brough Superior AMB 001
  • Aston Martin Brough Superior AMB 001
  • Image Credit: Aston Martin

Besides a look at the bike on track, the two companies showed a version of the bike with dark red tinted carbon fiber panels. It also has some spiffy red brake disc spokes. We also get a close look at the instrument display, which actually appears to be on a smartphone that fits in a slot on the tank.

Not many other details have been revealed. The companies announced they would only build 100 examples of the AMB 001. Each one will cost 108,000 Euros — or just shy of $120,000 — and they'll be delivered at the end of the year.

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