/MEC Design Aston Martin DBS Gets “Royale” Treatment

MEC Design Aston Martin DBS Gets “Royale” Treatment

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German tuner MEC Design released a subtle upgrade package for the Aston Martin DBS. They call it Royale, which is a hint to the Bond movie Casino Royale, and it includes a new set of wheels and some suspension adjustment. That’s about it, but that’s all the DBS needs really. The looks of this Aston are too cool to mess with.

So despite being called Royale which implies the car should get a royal treatment, MEC Design Aston Martin DBS is content with a set of dark brushed CCd10 wheels from the meCCon Series. They measure 10Jx21 front and 12Jx21 inch rear with 255 and 305 tires respectively, and have a gloss black lip. And they look superb.

To achieve this superb look MEC Design Aston Martin DBS has switched its standard springs for sport ones that result in a 40mm lowering. That eliminates the gap between the wheels and the fenders and has a tremendous effect on the way the car looks.

It’s a nice and simple package that gives your DBS a fresh new look at a reasonable cost. One would assume this treatment can also be given to the DB9 and the Virage.

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