Once again, the German tuning company Mansory has improved upon a premium vehicle, this time the Aston Martin DBX. To begin, Mansory has upgraded the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine that was originally acquired from AMG to produce 800 metric horsepower.
When your acceleration from 0 to 62 miles per hour takes 3.8 seconds and your top speed is 202 miles per hour, you're not going to sneak up on anyone. Fitting larger turbochargers, a new air intake filter, and a high-performance exhaust system were all part of the ECU remap that made these improvements possible.
Mansory used forged carbon fiber to completely alter the look of the Aston Martin DBX. There is now a larger front bumper spoiler that can be attached to lower side intakes, larger accents on the fender vents, and extended side skirts. In addition to the hood's louvered vents and the wider arches, the mirror caps are forged carbon.
In addition to the usual ducktail spoiler, the Aston Martin DBX's roof is adorned with a gigantic wing. Mansory has added some forged carbon trim to the tailgate and carbon fiber to the bumper's exhaust openings. Mansory enhancements are likely to be pricey, but the cost and delivery date are yet unknown.