DMC luxurious tuned “Fakhuna” Aston Martin DB-S flaunts carbon fiber and real gold details
German designer of exclusive automobiles that redefines luxury tuning for owners of Lamborghini and Ferrari automobiles, while offering individualization options for your car’s interior and exterior design, DMC is known for its number of luxury refinement packages including the Porsche Cayenne 958 and Lamborghini Aventador LP900 Molto Veloce special edition. Now, this German luxury tuner has introduced the DMC ‘Fakhuna’, a concept design for the Aston Martin DB-S, in which carbon fiber and real actual gold are the dominant colors in the styling package.
Equipped with larger air-intakes and a spoiler lip, an aggressive new front bumper fascia is one of the most significant changes done. Between the rear and front side, striking side skirt attachments render an integrated design, giving Aston Martin a uniquely lowered and more stretched look.
And, in order to reduce the lifting forces at the car’s back axle, DMC engineers envisioned a unique shapely boiler that can be fitted on the rear-lid and enhanced with a matching 3-part rear diffuser. The latter then optically extends the side skirts downwards and skillfully enhances two end-pipes of the exclusive DMC sport exhaust system.
The new three-part DMC forged alloy wheel is one of the most notable technical highlights in the luxury tuning program. The rim combines both the elegance and sportiness; the concave rims and exclusive titanium bolting truly emphasize the wheel dynamism, and the highly-polished rim flange also renders a noble appearance. Further, the new smart looking aluminum wheels are accentuated with special chassis springs which lowers the Aston Martin’s center of gravity by 20 mm at the rear axle and 30 mm at the front axle, also enhance the handling of this sports car.
However, Fakhuna has not yet made it into regular production lines; DMC gives the design, which was developed by Dutch artist Wildspeed. Also, clients interested to get the new DMC look for their DB-S’s can contact the tuner for further details.