UK tuner Kahn Design has introduced this week at the 86th Geneva Motor Show a restyled Aston Martin DB9 that goes by the name of “Vengeance.”

UK tuner Kahn Design has introduced this week at the 86th Geneva Motor Show a restyled Aston Martin DB9 that goes by the name of “Vengeance.”

The brand new Aston Martin DB11 is certainly the most important model of the DB series in Geneva, but there’s also an interesting DB9-based Vengeance from Kahn Design. The tuner took its inspiration from AMs of the 1980s and 1990s, but what really catches the attention is that big grille made from a single piece of alloy and finished in chrome.

Kahn Design has really reskinned the DB9 as only the trunk, rear window and the cant rails have been carried over, with all of the other panels made specifically for the Vengeance.

To make the supercar stand out from the crowd even more, the tuner has installed new multi-spoke alloys that have a roulette-inspired design with a two-tone look. The lightweight wheels come wrapped in fat 225 front and 335 rear tires to make the Vengeance appear more muscular.

Kahn Design isn’t messing around with the DB9’s internals as all of the changes are purely cosmetic. According to Top Gear, production was capped at five cars (two coupes and three Volante convertibles) at £360,000 (about $506,500 / €465,600) a pop.

The price is exorbitant taking into account the new DB11 will cost £154,900 in UK, $211,995 in United States, and €204,900 in Germany, so Kahn was asking more than double.

Source: Kahn Design

Kahn Vengeance arrives in Geneva as reskinned Aston Martin DB9