2016 Geneva Motor Show – Aston Martin DB9 Vengeance by Kahn
I’m sure you’ve noticed various Aston Martin designs cues from the 1980s and ’90s on this project, which is exactly what the people at Kahn were going for. The hand-built Vengeance is a representation of British designer Afzal Kahn’s lifelong concept of the ideal car, the one he’d love to drive endlessly.
Based on the DB9 chassis, the Vengeance shows off a refreshed front bumper, joined by a wide spaced grille, widened front wings that seem to blend in with the doors. Other notable exterior features include the bonnet bulge, widened C-pillars & rear wings, the redesigned rear bumper, crosshair exhaust system and unique alloys, reminiscent of the Michelin Tweel. Even Aston Martin exec Gary Archer is pleased by the finished product, which is a powerful statement in itself.
If it’s money you’re thinking of, the Vengeance should prove to be a sound investment. Hand-built sports cars are desirable, which means increased value over time. The added bonus here is represented by an odd, yet stylish looking car that should be fun to drive.It’s your typical win-win situation, so what are you people waiting for?