Anderson Germany's Aston Martin Casino Royale DBS Tune


While Aston Martin is preparing the current generation DBS for its last hurray before it reveals a replacement model, aftermarket specialist Anderson Germany has crafted a new styling and performance package named after the twenty-first film in the James Bond film series, Casino Royale.

Based on the DBS Platinum Grey Edition, the British sports car combines a matte grey paint job for the body with shiny gray accents for the window borders, tailgate surround and the grille.

Other details worth mentioning are the new 21-inch wheels in a shiny black finish, the carbon fiber trim kit and the special black and bronze logos.

For the interior, Anderson Germany prepared a carbon fiber accent package that covers the air vents, cup holders, door handles, ashtrays, door sills, steering wheel, handbrake handle and the center console, while the rest of the interior is dressed in black leather and alcantara with bronze stitching.

Under the hood, the German tuner tweaked the ECU software and strapped on a high-performance exhaust system. This boosted output from 510hp (517PS) to 564hp (572PS).


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killer rabbit said... »May 22, 2012

too much carbon fiber in the interior but the exterior, flawless

RGT said... »May 23, 2012

Finally someone who realises that there is no need to do a Mansory or a FAB to a perfectly good looking car. Subtle changes go a much longer way. The two tuners I mentioned need to have their workshops burned down.

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