The Aston Martin DBS Receives a New Cool Tuning

The Aston Martin DBS already has an upgrade package from the design studio ‘Q’. It will be presented at the Geneva International Motor Show.

However, there will also be an alternative option from Lumma Design, especially for those who are not satisfied with the standard specifications of the model for some reason. The tuners call their variant of the British SUV as the Lumma CLR AM. This version of the Aston Martin DBS boasts of a modified bumper, a new spoiler, hood scoops and a framed front grille. All of the above is made of carbon fiber.

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What is more, the SUV has got new side skirts, wheel arch extensions, bumper and roof spoilers, and a carbon fiber diffuser. Separately, it is worth noting red exhaust pipes. The car has received large wheels with five double spokes. At the same time, the tuners notes that an optimal combination of wheel and tire size will be specified before the start of sales.

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These are not the only changes that the modified Aston Martin DBS can boast of. The interior has pedal pads and a steering wheel with carbon inserts.

As for the engine, there is no information here. Most likely, it will remain standard: a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 with a power output of 550 hp and 700 Nm.

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In total, the company plans to release twenty Lumma CLR AMs. First deliveries will begin in the fourth quarter of 2020.

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