Car News 10 Feb 2017

Kahn’s Vengeance Volante

The renowned British design house and modification specialist, Kahn, has teased a new model to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.

The exciting new design is called the WB12 Vengeance Volante, which is Kahn’s coach-built convertible re-imagining of the coveted Aston Martin DB9. The new drop-top follows on from Kahn’s initial Coupe version of the DB9.

The Vengeance Volante will take 200 hours to build per car and the design takes inspiration from the Vanquish and Astons of the 80’s and 90’s. Much of the original DB9 remains in the cars’ foundations however with modified new bodywork and styling. The Kahn grand tourer has bespoke styling tweaks such as a new more aggressive grill and flared arches. The 20-inch alloys feature a roulette style design and rounded Zagato inspired taillights.

The Vengeance runs on the same naturally aspirated 510bhp 6.0-litre V12, linked to a ZF automatic transmission.

Pricing and full specification will be revealed at the official debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The WB12 is expected to be priced at around £300,000.

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