Aston Martin ‘Furia’ Burns Hotter Than Any Other Hatchback

If you like hot hatchbacks but you only want the very best, what you can do in the real world is purchase something like an Audi RS3 or a Mercedes-AMG A45.

Both of them will hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in a little over 4.0 seconds, and for something that’s not classified as a supercar, it’s a pretty “super” achievement.

But what if we could do better? To answer that question, we need to move over to the virtual world, where this V8-powered Aston Martin Furia by Bekim Ajvazi reigns supreme.

According to its designer, it’s powered by an AMG-sourced 4.0-liter V8 engine, which is what you’ll find under the hood of the entry-level DB11 in real life, where it sends 510 PS (503 HP) and 695 Nm (513 lb-ft) of torque to the wheels.

As you can see, the design of the Furia makes this more of a sketch rather than something that you could see in concept form. For a hatchback, it’s definitely very sleek and sporty, while the rear end looks properly menacing with those chunky quad-pipes and the large diffuser.

We’re most impressed with the interior though, which looks stylish and is covered in leather and carbon fiber. Oh and if you look close, you’ll see that it’s got a manual gearbox, so, how cool is that?


  • Christian

    Just buy a Focus or Fiesta…Look’s the same..

    • donald seymour

      I chuckled.

    • Six Thousand Times

      Watch your apostrophes.

    • pxsupply

      Yeah that is true

  • gor134

    What an ugly fat blob

  • Zed68

    A VW Scirocco with an Aston grille…

  • Autoexperte

    the next generation ford focus

  • salamOOn

    proportions! proportions!! proportions!!!

    • Bash

      sketch, concept, vision. lol

      • salamOOn

        not a sketch…. it try to be a proper render.

        • Bash

          Here you go, you’ve said it, its a Render, not necessary to be convincing or proper tho, many of those renders are just to test the water or to observe/receive people feedback. 😉

          • salamOOn

            edit – i dont wanna fight about that, i just think it could be better done.

          • Bash


  • roy

    Looks too much like a ford… Thanks for for doing that

  • Six Thousand Times

    Better than a Cygnet. Not good, though.

  • Axiom Ethos

    The design language here is not cohesive. You can see the difference between the front and the rest of the car. Sorry, author but this does not “reign supreme”. It’s a good effort but still amateur.

  • Ajvazi Bekim

    Hello everyone,
    I am the designer of these sketches. thank you for your constructive comment. Indeed, I am a beginner in automotive design. and I agree with some remark.
    I will take it into account.

    • joey

      It actually is a beautiful car, it just looks like a FWD, and with Ford having hatchbacks and their front grills shaped similarly… Hope you catch my drift. Overall, it’s good looking car, nice interior as well. Props.

    • Bash

      Its a beautiful sketch. nice work.

  • vaybach khan

    And you suggest rs3 and amg A , over only rear wheel drive hatch with letter M

  • Smith

    Yes, this is a really good Ford Focus adaption to Aston Martin. Looks horrendous for either brand though. Absolutely a waste of paper, or gigabytes!

  • Izak Podgornik

    Focus badge engeneering…

  • Justin Su

    looks like a stretched focus with db11 headlights

  • Bash

    Is that Bruce Wayne underground garage.

  • Bob


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