After first catching a glimpse of it during this year’s Geneva auto show, the coach-built Kahn Vengeance made its way to Monaco where it was spotted on the streets.
It’s interesting seeing it in a real, outdoor setting, and not just on display inside a gigantic hangar filled with a dozen other supercars. Also interesting is how the owner positioned the front plate, if you can call it that since it looks more like a sticker. Then again, a regular plate would have covered up the engraving on the bottom of the custom spaced grille, which would have genuinely defeated the purpose of owning this particular type of car.
Spotted by dandude999, the Vengeance seemed to attract quite a few curious gazes, plus probably a whole lot more that weren’t photographed. Since it’s wider than a standard DB9 (widened front wings), the added aggressiveness makes for a hard-to-miss type of supercar.
The roulette-styled wheels also fit right in with the Monaco backdrop, especially if you’re driving it to the ‘Casino de Monte Carlo’.
In terms of power, the Kahn Vengeance is packing the DB9’s 5.9-liter V12 unit, good for 517 PS.
Story references: autogespot