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Aston Martin DBX wears Mansory’s forged carbon parts & gets larger turbos

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I was about to write something like “Mansory’s latest victim is Aston Martin DBX..”, but then I thought this riced-up DBX doesn’t look too bad, I mean by Mansory’s standards, of course. And so, let’s take a brief look at what Mansory has done to the DBX.

And what Mansory has done is, it has given the DBX a generous amount of forged carbon add-on parts, of which some may seem unnecessary—like another wing over that upswept tailgate, but Mansory itself is unnecessary anyway. The Black Metallic paintwork is subtly contrasted with Lime Green accents/stripes. The crossover rides on gigantic 24-inch wheels. Mansory didn’t share what it has done to the suspension setup, but it certainly looks like the ride height has been lowered.

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Inside, the riced-up DBX features generous Lime Green accents, such as on the steering wheel, dashboard, centre console, floor mats, and of course, on the seat surfaces as well.

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As for the performance upgrades, the AMG-sourced 4.0L V8 biturbo gets larger turbochargers, which when combined with a new engine management system, a sports air filter and a high-performance exhaust system, the output figures increase from 550 metric hp to 800 metric hp and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) to 1,000 Nm (738 lb-ft). Mansory claims a 0-100 km/h (62 mph) sprint time of 3.8 seconds and a top speed of 325 km/h (202 mph).

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