Mansory’s 800-HP Aston Martin: Sight for Sore Eyes!

British SUV Massacre Continues

German aftermarket tuning company Mansory has done it again – and by “it,” we mean “ruin a perfectly good car” – this time in the form of the Aston Martin DBX. Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time Mansory has disfigured the British SUV, and its most recent attempt is no better than the initial one; it’s arguably even worse.

Similarly to the initial desolately inadequate DBX, the 4.0 litre twin-turbo V8 engine sourced from AMG has been augmented from 542 horsepower to 800 metric horsepower (789 hp SAE). This was accomplished with the help of an ECU remapping, bigger turbochargers, a fresh air filter and a high-performance exhaust system.

Indeed, even with that noted, we must now bring your attention to the styling. From Mansory’s all-new arrangement of body apparatuses, this exclusive plan is no less quarrelsome than the rest of their choices.

The DBX is dolled up with scatterings of forged carbon that give off peculiar proportions when seen from afar and can result in eyes feeling sick and queasy closer. The front bumper reveals a hefty spoiler which stands along with clips affixed to the air intakes beneath. This idea continues around the sides with huge signals and scoops fitted on the arches and the vents, plus bigger mirrors in forged carbon. Added to this, louvers have been put in the hood lid and wheel arches extended. Overall, it doesn’t appear to be well blended together and those wheels are fairly low-key – unfortunately they make you think of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, wrecked by Mansory. And if you thought it couldn’t get any worse, a peek at the rear might prove you wrong.

In all probability, the rudest aspect of the car is seen from the rear. The sight features a rather modestly looking roof spoiler due to the tremendous wing attached to the back of the classic “ducktail” spoiler. Yo, yo – we sympathize if ya dig spoilers…

Down below, Mansory has added some intricate touches with a crafted carbon trim section on the tailgate, accompanied by further sections of chopped carbon garnishing the back bumper vents. Topping off the heavy modifications is an eye-catching large diffuser that looks as though it has the capacity to cause a worldwide shortage of carbon fibre; housing repositioned and vented exhaust tips, the same set-up as that of the Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT.

As of yet, no information has come out regarding both price and availability. However, delightfully, Mansory enhancements usually cost so much that it’s rare to spot them in public. Furthermore, recording an acceleration figure of 0-62 mph in a rapid 3.8 seconds, and being able to exceed 202 mph, if one does end up on the road you won’t witness them for too long.

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