Mansory is one of the more renowned names in the world of luxury cars, having delivered remarkably tuned foreign cars that are often too mesmerizing to put in the words. Luckily, the German modification firm’s new take on the Aston Martin DBX manages to speak for itself.
Boasting a slew of custom-engineered forged carbon add-ons on its exterior, this fully re-envisioned DBX sits on a quartet of 24-inch wheels. Mansory lowered the suspension on the SUV for a sleeker stance and gave the custom wheels a striking lime green and black color scheme that matches the rest of the build, right down to the spectacle of an interior. Though primarily black, details throughout the decorative cockpit are accentuated by this gorgeous bright shade of green and engulfed in visible forged carbon fiber. Perhaps most interesting are the twin carbon spoilers Mansory has added — one on the roof and another on the tailgate — giving the DBX a bit of a muscular Countach appearance. Most impressively is this car’s technical specs, which should always be expected when discussing Mansory. They’ve managed to boost the stock DBX’s twin-turbo V8 engine’s output from 550HP to 800HP and its torque from 520lb-ft to 740 lb-ft, resulting in a new 0-62mph runtime of 3.8 seconds. The modders implemented a new engine management system, larger turbochargers, and a top-shelf sports exhaust system to achieve these impressive gains.
While official pricing has not been mentioned as of today, those interested in getting behind the Mansory DBX’s steering wheel can reach out to Mansory directly.