/Kahn Vengeance Officially Unveiled at GMS

Kahn Vengeance Officially Unveiled at GMS

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Following a long teasing campaign, British tuner and coachbuilder Kahn Design finally unveiled their Aston Martin DB9-based super GT at the Geneva Motor Show. Called Kahn Vengeance, the sinister-looking car is a retro take on the design of the DB9 with some Kahn flavor sprinkled on the top.

When we say retro, we mean Aston Martin designs of the 1980s and 90s. The inspiration is evident all over the body of Kahn Vengeance, especially around the back and those Zagato-like taillights. The re-body treatment also gives the car a front bumper and wide spaced grille for a more aggressive look, plus widened front wings, revised roof lines, window frames, and aero parts.

While the interior of the Kahn Vengeance remains pretty much stock DB9 in design, the tuner has made sure you get a bespoke upholstery and trim package, as well as sports seat and suede steering wheel. The Vengeance also gets a set of highly exclusive multi spoke rims inspired by the classic roulette wheels. They feature a two-tone finish with diamond cut outer section and body color central part.

Kahn Design has not released the technical details of the Vengeance yet, but chances are the engine is the same 6.0 liter V12 as in the standard Aston DB9.

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