The German aftermarket specialists at Anderson have recently pulled the wraps off their latest creation, an Aston Martin DBS, named the Casino Royale.
Just like its name suggests, the Aston Martin DBS Casino Royale has been inspired by the 2006 James Bond movie and it has been based on Anderson’s DBS Platinum Grey. The Aston Martin DBS Casino Royale is coming with an exterior livery as its base model name suggests, along with a fresh set of 21-inch shiny gray rims. The cabin of the British supercar hasn’t been left aside either and the model has been fitted with some carbon fiber elements, while the door handles, door sills, ashtrays, steering wheel, ventilation, cup holders, handbrake and center console have been updated.
“Since 2007, as the successor with the same name but 35 years later, the Aston Martin DBS officially cared for the furor. One year before, the elite Briton had been presented to the chosen cinema public in the James Bond movie ’Casino Royal’. This VIP automobile was taken by (and who wonders?) the ANDERSON company from Germany with its main office in Düsseldorf. They have left the territory of the company and also the impressive unique specimen with an unrivaled brand recognition”, as the tuner is saying in its official press release.
Anderson couldn’t leave the Aston Martin DBS Casino Royale’s performance unchanged and the German tuner has fitted a new exhaust system, which is actually 21 kg lighter than the factory version. Installing the new exhaust system has led to a power increase from 510 HP to 564 HP, which will be quite enough to get you on that next hill. There is no official word on the price list for the Aston Martin DBS Casino Royale by Anderson just yet.