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Edo Competition Aston Martin DB9 to DBS


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The amazing Edo Aston Martin DBS, a creation by Edo Competition, has finally been released after a serious tuning extravaganza. Created originally for a Russian car enthusiast, this 5-year old Aston Martin DB9 had to go through a total transformation. Fitted with a newly designed inner and outer dress, Edo added some serious upgrades in the performance category, and a top of the line audio entertainment system. As far as looks go, Edo designers fitted massive DBS sports, 20-inch five double-spoke wheels. They also added a max-flow carbon spoiler and rear diffuser along with new sleek side skirts for a serious look.

Despite a 6-month makeover, Edo’s tuning workshop can proudly take a break after completing their one of a kind masterpiece. Factory, the DB9 puts out 470hp with its 5.9L V12 engine. After all upgrades complete, these tuning professionals managed 550hp, and top speed increases to 321 from 295 km/h originally with a sport exhaust to back it up all the way.

The biggest challenge for the Edo Competition team was customizing the interior. With an all new, center counsel, instrument panel, headliner, seats, and side panels, they definitely left their mark. All components were fitted in new high-quality Alcantara leather, carbon implants, and metal elements. But they didn’t stop there. In the trunk lies a system designed for pure sound quality with the best speakers along with new custom boxes for the Aston Martin DB9 to DBS conversion.

[Source: automobilesreview]

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