Three models to precede the new DB11.
Before the highly-anticipated Aston Martin DB11 starts hitting the streets across the globe, the team at WheelsandMore decided that they would show off their outgoing Aston Martin models to in a way, “clean house” for the new super car’s arrival.
In total, WheelsandMore showed off three Aston Martins from the DBS Volante to the Vantage V12 S Roadster, and the Vanquish Carbon Edition. With a few minor upgrades and forged wheels, the German tuner showed that these British bad boys still have quite a bit of presence and prestige.
First up with the ‘001’ nameplate is the Aston Martin DBS Volante. The V-12 super car benefits from a new CRP-Power-Kit and driver-controlled flap exhaust system that adds on 40 horsepower and 66 lb-ft. of torque. The upgrade in power also comes with an upgrade in stance thanks to a new set of WheelsandMore 6Sporz² three-piece forged wheels measuring 9.5 x 21 up front and a wide 12.0 x 21 at the rear paired up with lowering springs that reduce ride height by 25 mm.
Wearing the ‘002’ name is the WheelsandMore Aston Martin Vantage V12 S Roadster. The potent drop-top features a set of F.I.W.E. forged wheels that have a deep concave design for a powerful and muscular stance. The mid-hubs of the wheels wear an anthracite finish to match the lowered look of the V12 S Roadster as well.
Finishing the lineup is the ‘003’ WheelsandMore Aston Martin Vanquish Carbon Edition. The dark, elegant, and powerful character of the British super car is shown through the custom-tailored three-piece forged 6Sporz²wheels that feature a noble gold finish. These forged wheels measure 9.5 x 21 up front and 12.0 x 21 at the rear with grippy 265/30/21 front and 325/25/21 Continental high-performance tires. The engine also benefits from a new CRP kit for a total of 630 horsepower and 531 lb-ft. of torque.
Although all of these models are being phased out with the introduction of the DB11, each one will undoubtedly turn heads thanks to their WheelsandMore upgrades.
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