The British luxury brand's first motorcycle has begun track testing.
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Normally we cover vehicles with four tyres and a steering wheel here at CarAdvice, but when iconic British car maker Aston Martin begins testing of the AMB 001 – its first ever motorcycle – you tend to make an exception.

Co-developed with motorcycle specialist Brough Superior, the AMB 001 will be produced in a limited-run of just 100 examples.

Priced from €108,000 (AU$176,000) before taxes, customer deliveries are expected towards the end of 2020.

The AMB 001 is powered by a turbocharged 1.0-litre two-cylinder engine that outputs 134kW and acts as a structural component in the chassis.

Comprising the AMB 001’s body is a combination of carbon-fibre and titanium, with aluminium dress trimmings.

Watch the Aston Martin AMB 100 during testing below