To our eyes, the second-generation Aston Martin Vanquish is one of the most stunning vehicles of the modern age. Despite this, British coachbuilder Kahn Design decided to use the Vanquish as the inspiration of its WB12 Vengeance, first shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 2016.
This latest example, only recently built, is perhaps the most head-turning of the lot.
Taking inspiration from the Hulk, Kahn Design has created a Vengeance that’s exceptionally bold and could only ever be driven by the bravest of souls.
As you’d imagine, the Hulk inspiration is most obvious through the bright green paint job adorning the exterior. To help offset the paint and ensure it isn’t overbearing, Kahn has painted the car’s roof black and the central part of the hood block. Additionally, the Vengeance includes carbon fiber accents on the front and rear fascias and also sits on a set of eye-catching black wheels. The tires measure 225 mm wide at the front and a massive 335 mm at the rear.
Underpinning each and every Vengeance is the chassis of the ever-popular DB9. To create something unique, Kahn Design crafts its own aluminum body panels and while the finished look certainly isn’t to everyone’s taste, it’s hard not to at least appreciate the work that goes into this coachbuilt Aston.
While the exterior is all-new, the powertrain remains untouched. Consequently, the marque’s 5.9-liter naturally-aspirated V12 features and offers up 510 hp and 457 lb-ft of torque. Six-speed manual and six-speed automated gearboxes are offered to customers.