We all know the Swiss event is also renowned for being the go to show when it comes to mining for the ultimate exotic or quirkiness – and we can count this latest addition into both categories.
Kahn Design is a British aftermarket specialist founded and managed by Afzal Kahn that has recently expressed interest in participating in the 2016 edition of the Geneva Motor Show with its latest creation – the WB12 Vengeance. This model has been long in the making as the first renderings of the WB12 Vengeance were revealed back last year. We are talking here about a coachbuilt supercar – the model uses as the base the Aston Martin DB9 – and comes with bespoke styling tweaks. We can highlight the billet aluminum Vengeance grille as the main linchpin of the grand tourer’s exterior but we also have to take heed to the wide body kit, made out of hammer formed aluminum wings front and rear, plus door bulges. The front and back bumpers use composite materials and the wheel design reminds us of the Borrani Bimetal creations.
Stepping inside the cabin we can see the tuning specialist has gone a long way towards departing from the Aston roots – we have hand trimmed and fluted seats that actually have been “inspired by early model Aston Martins,” though we’re not sure if the Alcantara wrapped steering wheel actually befits the wanted classic look. Anyways, under the hood sits a well known 6-liter V12 engine, and without any details we can imagine the 510 horsepower and 457 lb-ft (620 Nm) of torque figures have remained untouched.
Via Kahn Design via Instagram