Aston Martin DBS on Steroids
The body is painted in matte black and although the car isn’t shining in any way, it still looks absolutely brilliant. In contrast, the brake calipers are painted in bright red and really stand out, not to mention the 21-inch wheels that seem to serve as a cage destined to protect the calipers from harming anyone.
Inside the car, carbon fiber took over the steering-wheel and everything else that is connected to a button, while black leather gently embraced the seats and dashboard. Red stitching accents the black theme, much like the exterior calipers.
And now comes the fun part: performance is certainly in theme with the exterior and interior "loonyness" of Anderson Germany. The engine output stops at no less than 560 hp, which is 50 hp more than the standard DBS. It’s hard to believe all that power can came only from an exhaust upgrade, so surely the ECU was re-tuned or something else in order to achieve such figures.
No words have been said in reference to the price tag, but we guess that as long as you can afford an Aston Martin DBS, money is not an obstacle.