Mansory Cyrus, the Carbon Aston Martin

How much carbon is too much carbon? The tuners at Mansory somehow tried to answer that question and launched a new package based on the Aston Martin DBS or the DB9. According to some, a bodykit on an Aston Martin is a big no-no, but we will let each and every one of you judge for yourselves.

Meanwhile, before scrolling down to look at the picture gallery, let us tell a bit about the Cyrus. The guys from Mansory brought some aerodynamic elements, new wheels and interior enhancements. At the same time, they worked on changing the car’s visual appearance. In fact, that is what strikes us the most.

According to Mansory, the Cyrus "aerodynamic components are made of extremely light „prepreg autoclav carbon" and do not only include wing extensions for the front and back, but also side skirt attachments and linings.”

Included in the package are a newly designed front skirt with enlarged air inlets, a newly designed carbon bonnet, a new rear skirt with integrated diffuser, as well as four stainless steel end pipes for the sport exhaust system. Furthermore, the two slotted power domes on the carbon fiber bonnet send extra air into the 12 cylinder engine.

The road grip is provided by large 9x20 front and 10.5x21 rear ultra-forged rims wrapped in 255/30ZR20 front and 295/25ZR21 rear Dunlop Sport Maxx tires. In addition, the coilover suspension has been adjusted to lower the center of gravity and improve handling.

Moving on to the interior, we find plenty of carbon fiber elements here as well. The modifications include pedals and foot rests made of aluminum as well as exquisite door sills and head rests with embroidered Cyrus logos. Moreover, a set of tailor-made carbon parts for the dash board and center console are combined with the hand-stitched leather parts.
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