Tuning an Aston Martin is no easy task, as playing with the elegant lines of the Brit can easily bring the final result into the overkill category. However, there are aftermarket developers that do not care about and DMC Design is one of them.
Photo: Wildspeed on Facebook
The company has recently released the first sketches of its DB-X concept, offering a multitude of visual enhancements for the DBS. The images, which come from digital artist Wildspeed, combine carbon fiber with custom colors like gold and blue, with the result definitely being eye-catching, but not necessarily ready to suit anybody’s taste.
We are dealing with a new front fascia, a vented hoof, tinted headlights, a rear diffuser, rear wing, side skirts, as well as a roof-mounted air scoop. DMC Design also adds a set of multi-spoke rims and a custom exhaust system.
DMC Design is set to introduce the real-life version of the DB-X concept later this year.
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