From Germany With Love: Tuned DBS by Anderson
Most tuning companies tend to keep their hands off Aston Martin's because it's nearly impossible for them to make it prettier than it is straight off the line. German tuning company, Anderson, has made a DBS dubbed the Casino Royale (fitting) that will make the hair on the back of Daniel Craig's neck stand on end. Let's start on the outside. As a certain rapper would say: "all black everything." The Casino Royale is coated in a sexy matte platinum grey with 21-inch black Anderson wheels to match. It's the likes of a car that will inevitably be used in a hip hop music video. Some dark tints, and carbon fiber front and rear wings give the exterior an elegant, sexy look without going overboard.
Pricing details have yet to be released, but we expect the rich moguls who get the chance to own one will be wearing their tuxedos and doing there best to impress mysterious, power hotties as they live out their childhood James Bond fantasies.
See more of the Anderson Aston Martin DBS Platinum Grey Edition here
Source: Anderson Germany
Now, under the hood is where things start to get fun. The standard 517-hp V12 has been given a revamped ECU that puts out somewhere in the neighborhood of 572 hp. To help out with all this power, the treatment goes even deeper into a new, lightweight exhaust system with catalytic converters, spare tubes and headers. On the inside, you are greeted with an unnecessary amount of carbon fiber including the steering wheel, handbrake, center console, door handles, cup holders and even ash trays -yes, ash trays. The seats are finished in black carbon fiber leather and Alcantara mixed with orange piping and stitching, giving it a unique finish.