Aston Martin DBX gets radical transformation from Mansory
The tuning house increases the aerodynamics of the high-performance SUV.
Mansory is one of the most famous modification houses in the world. They take various vehicles of different brands and turn them into very powerful and very luxurious monsters. Their skills know no bounds as they tackle everything from Audi to Ferraris. The famous house has just unveiled its latest bespoke creation, that of Aston Martin DBX SUV, an already high performance car transformed into a real high performance SUV that will definitely get your pulse beat. This is one of Mansory’s most outrageous modifications to date.
Total conversion of the vehicle
The DBX has been totally transformed by Mansory. The company has reworked the car’s aerodynamics in-house, and as such, the DBX now features wild widebody styling with more optimized aerodynamics. At the rear, the Mansory DBX now features a wild double rear spoiler setup, one above the rear window and one at the rear of the car as standard. The front has an integrated carbon front lip and a new carbon bonnet. Additional cooling air outlets are also made of carbon, helping to complete the transformation of the front part of the car.
Mansory also did not keep his modifications outside of the DBX. The twin-turbo V8 engine that powers the SUV has also undergone some pretty significant changes. A brand new engine management system is now installed in the car, and there are new larger turbochargers, a sports air filter and a high performance sports exhaust system. The results are extremely impressive. The standard Aston Martin DBX produces 550 hp. The new improved version of Mansory produces a whopping 800 hp. That’s a giant 250 hp increase, a very impressive achievement from the modification company.
Other details to note
There are plenty of other interesting things to note about this new DBX. The interior has a black design with a special lime green color accentuating the various details, such as the edging of the floor mats. Back outside the DBX, the SUV now sports a new wheel design, dubbed DX.5. The DBX has 10×24 inch front wheels and 12.5×24 inch rear wheels, and the rims feature the same color scheme as the interior and exterior of the car. Dark with hints of lime. Mansory has truly transformed the DBX into one hell of a high performance SUV.
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