Calling a car “Fakhuna” seems a like a poor naming choice to say the least, but that’s exactly what the German tuner of luxury vehicles, DMC, has done with their custom design for the Aston Martin DBS.
The proposed styling package includes a new front bumper with larger air intakes, as well as a spoiler trimmed in carbon fibre and real gold accents. The bonnet has also been redesigned with new vents, while the larger side skirts provide a lowered and more stretched look. DMC has also given the Aston DBS a new rear wing, roof scoop, plus a new rear bumper with a diffuser, gold accents and centrally mounted twin tail pipes.
The German fitted a new, three-part, forged alloy wheel. The concave rims and the titanium bolting are combined with a highly-polished rim flange. DMC offers the wheel/tyre combination with 245/30 ZR21 tyres at the front and 295/25 ZR21 at the rear.
The Duesseldorf based tuner says it can further enhance the car with a lowered sports suspension (30 mm at the front and 20 mm at the rear), and a custom sports exhaust system.
DMC points out that the Fakhuna is available only as a custom order and that those interested should contact the company directly for more details including pricing.