The Project Kahn Aston Martin DB9 is finished in Ferrari Bianco white and features a unique number plate ideal for James Bond himself.
Afzal Kahn insists that the Aston Martin DB9 was not designed to be a boy's toy and is designed "to be comfortable, elegant and a powerful long-distance vehicle."
The Kahn Aston Martin DB9's chassis is a mixture of extruded, stamped and die-cast aluminium bonded to create an extremely light and rigid superstructure. The soft-top hood is fully retractable, folding flat in 17 seconds.
Enhancing the style and design of the Aston Martin DB9 are 20" RSV Kahn lightweight wheels finished in matt pearl grey, a Kahn Sports exhaust, Sports lowered suspension, red calipers and privacy glass. The rear wheel drive Kahn DB9 is powered by a 6.0 litre V12 engine mated to a six-speed ZF automatic gearbox with paddle shift.
Alongside the option offered by A Kahn Design to fully design and specify the interior to the client's exacting requirements, is an interior complete with lustrous black leather in cream stitching, secondary hide in cream and pearl grey interior detailing.
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