Aston Martin DB9 Targeted by RSC Tuning
So, let's start with the tech goodies, a list of mods that are aimed at increasing performance in a straight line and also through the corners, where the driver will be able to push the car harder.
The vehicle's 6.0 liter V12 engine has received a sports exhaust system, which increases performance and adds audio bonus points, as well as a set of performance air filters, with the unit scheduled to be gifted with two other upgrades soon: ECU remap and 100 cell secondary sport catalysts. We'll remind you that the stock version of the powerplant delivers 450 hp and a maximum torque of 420 lb-ft (570 Nm), pushing the car past the 62 mph limit in 4.9 seconds and on to a top speed of 186.4 mph (300 km/h).
The DB9's stock rims were replaced with a set of COR ones that use a multi-spoke design and come in a generous size. The vehicle now sits closer to the road, as it has been fitted with a set of lowering springs.
The list of exterior mods includes clear taillights and a Vantage Collection Rear Diffuser - the only modified part is the rear: this can only be seen by those defeated in the overtaking battle - an interesting choice.
The interior has been left in stock condition, except for the addition of custom floor mats.
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