DMC Aston Martin DB-X Concept

DMC Germany released a set of renderings using the Aston Martin DBS as a base. The Lamborghini specialist has branched out over the past year to include solutions for Ferrari and Maserati models too. The Dusseldorf-based company intends to gather opinions on this latest design before deciding whether it is worth producing in limited numbers!

The DMC Aston Martin DB-X Concept was completed by Wildspeed and features a dramatic new bodykit featuring a new front bumper, side skirts, bonnet, roof scoop, rear spoiler, rear bumper and rear diffuser. DMC also appear to have included an option for a dual central exhaust and gold mesh inserts for the grille and window edging.

It’s a controversial design, at the rear it bears passing resemblance to the Mansory Cyrus. Yet it is a completely different kit. Much more subtle than the carbon fiber Swiss supercar. Let us know what you think!

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  1. Looks great, but I would prefer a the exhaust to be in each lower corner of the rear bumper, instead of joined in the middle. I think it would make the car look wider and more agressive.

    Especially love the bonnet, makes the car go from a standard refined Aston to a more agressive look.

  2. The front grille is hideous. Gold is acceptable only in the middle east, everywhere else it’s vulgar. And the fake air scoop on the roof is ridiculous.


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