Geneva is ready to meet Aston Martin’s modified DB9 model

March 3, 2016 at 19:53

British tuning studio known as Kahn Design has presented WB12 Vengeance at the Motor Show in Geneva. The front car’s part has received the most significant changes. The workers of Kahn Design has decorated the novelty that is based on Aston Martin DB9 platform by a new grille and hood made of solid aluminum and giving a spectacular front view; composite front bumper as well as a front carbon splitter. WB12 side body is designed by new air vents and wings. The car’s appearance was also provided by sports exhaust system with stainless steel crosspieces, 20 – and 21-inch wheels, side skirts and rear LED lights, specially designed for WB12 Vengeance.

Kahn design of WB12 Vengeance picture

Kahn design of WB12 Vengeance picture

British supercar interior has also some changes. Tuners have designed the saloon by few red elements and covered the steering wheel by Alcantara. In addition, seatbacks have got logos with the studio name.

Red elements inside of the supercar photo

Red elements inside of the supercar photo

The standard package will be equipped by 5.9-liter V12 atmospheric engine that is able to develop 510 hp and 620 Nm of torque. With this engine, the original DB9 could accelerate from zero to hundred in 4.6 seconds, but it is possible that the Kahn modification will be a bit faster because of the light body kit, which allows reducing the car’s weigh. The company plans to build five such cars annually, the value of the modified supercar is not disclosed.

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