The tuning firm Mansory have just realeased a new creation based on the Aston Martin DB9, when the all new carbon fiber clad Mansory Cyrus made its world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The modified Aston Martin os the perfect solution for the sports car shopper who got in line a little too late to reserve a limited edition One-77 super car. For an additional $560,000 to spend in order to transform your $200,000 DB9 into a $1.4 Million dollar look alike, despite the rediculousness of spending almost three times as much money modifying a car as you do purchasing it the math does work out, that even leaves some money left over to pick up a Jaeger-LeCoultre.
Mansory has upgraded the DB9’s suspension with a set of adjustable coil overs and a rather large set of rims to house wider rubber. The exterior of the Mansory Cyrus is both powerful and aerodynamic incorporating flared fenders, side skirts as well as a lightweight hood with larger vents and a One-77 inspired front bumper while the rear skirt is upgraded with an integrated diffuser and four stainless steel tail pipes.
The exhaust system amongst a few other tricks has raised the DB9’s output by 28 HP, bringing it up to almost 500 while the interior gets extra helping of racy lightweight materials like aluminum and carbon fiber.