Kahn Vengeance Aston Martin Finally Priced. It’s Not Cheap

Remember the wild creation of the guys from Kahn Design, based on the Aston Martin DB9 and dubbed Vengeance? Sure you do! Well, from the last time we spoke about it, we finally got to learn how much it costs: £299,875.
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That’s the price tag that shows up on Kahn’s website for a model that has 50 miles (80 km) on the clock and, according to the company, it is brand new, the mileage being owed to the fact that the car was showcased to various interested parties. However, it is brand new nonetheless, coming with a full factory warranty.

At 50 miles that hardly counts though and the specs of the thing, along with its looks, make it sound like a generous proposition. At the front, you’ll notice a new grille was added along with a vented bonnet that has a huge power dome in the middle.

That hides a 6-liter V12 engine making 510 BHP and 620 Nm (458 lb-ft) of torque, numbers that will take the car up to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 4.6 seconds. Just like anything else Kahn Design is offering, you can have it built to your own specifications.

If you so choose, you can go for 20 or 21-inch rims, new front and rear wings, a bespoke color of the material used for the cabin and other unique features.

You should also know that only 5 (five) of these cars are going to be built this year, two in right-hand drive guise and three in left-hand drive. Therefore, owning one will be a rare experience, definitely making you stand out in the crowd.

Is it worth £299,875 (€408,645 or $458,602 at the current exchange rates)? Well, it depends on if you want to spend that much on an Aston Martin DB9 but we reckon they won’t have a problem selling their stock.
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