Posts Tagged ‘dartz tuning’

Video: Dartz wraps a Mansory tuned Aston Martin DBS

Saturday, January 7th, 2012:

For those interested in seeing how a car wrapping project goes down, hit the jump to see Dartz wrap up this Aston Martin DBS in a time lapse video. The customers car received a matte red satin vinyl car wrap which completely transformed the look of the luxury saloon. That’s not all it received though. Before arriving at Dartz, the owner had his Aston Martin DBS hooked up by the world renowned car tuning company Mansory. They installed a complete body kit, Mansory alloy wheels, customized the interior, and upgraded the entertainment system as well.

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Dartz Red Chrome Wrapped Bugatti Veyron

Saturday, July 16th, 2011:

It’s hard to say that the chrome car wraps are catching on, but check out this TAM and Dartz tuned Bugatti Veyron that has been wrapped in red chrome. It actually looks stunning in the sun and with the rays reflecting, it changes from a red to orange look with the chrome finish. The initial tuning job for the chrome wrap was performed by TAM Auto Engineering in Dubai, however the Dartz tuners have their hands on it now in France. The Bugatti Veyron also appears to have wheels that have been wrapped, some interior upgrades, and of course the chrome red skin covering the exterior. Tell us what you think in the comment section below!

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Dartz Bentley Continental GT SS

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010:

Dartz Bentley Continental GT SS

There’s been a good number of Bentley cars to hit the tuning scene, the latest being the Continental GT from Dartz. The Russian tuning firm unveiled their new take on the Bentley Continental with the special “SS” logo and white snake skin vinyl. Dartz has been a custom shop that specializes in ridiculously expensive cars, tuning them for people who have nothing better to spend their money on. This Bentley Continental GT SS fits the exact type of insane project these tuners frequently do. Now the trick here to these pictures is you must look very closely to see the snake skin material.

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