Anderson has unveiled the "Casino Royale" Aston Martin DBS. The Aston Martin DBS first came out 35 years ago. But it was only one year ago that the model was introduced to cinema audiences in the James Bond movie. Anderson, which has its main office in Düsseldorf, modified the VIP automobile. The stock car comes with the added features of the Platinum Grey Edition.
It also got a power boost in the capital of North Rhein-Westphalia. From 517 hp, the vehicle now produces as high as 572 hp due to the installed exhaust system with catalyst, replacement pipes, manifold and software optimization. The "language center" of the exclusive engine has a black valve system with remote control that enables three different sound levels.
In addition, the complete exhaust system cut the weight by 21 kg. The complete matt gray paint on the sides is a contrast to the shiny gray of the perfectly selected parts that include the window borders, tailgates block and radiator case. The highlights of the lower set Aston Martin DBS by ANDERSON are a wheel and tires set of 21-inch shiny gray home-made ANDERSON rims with 255 tyres at the front and 295 at the rear.
The brake calipers are painted in bronze. In addition, logos are found on the engine hood and the boot lid. Among the best features are the installed carbon exterior packet - a front spoiler lip, a rear diffuser and a mirror besides full tinted glass.
In addition, a carbon packet is installed inside. It also gets ventilation, cup holders, door handles, ashtrays, door sills, steering wheel, handbrake handle and the center console. For the interior, black carbon fiber is combined with black alcantara, seat upholstery welt and bronze diamond-shaped welt.
Just like the DB9 and DBR racers, Aston Martin’s DBS reaps its rewards from the signature VH design. The VH underframe has cast, extruded, and pressed aluminium components that are merged for an extremely durable structure.
This structure keeps down weight, and the front-mounted motor and rear-mounted transaxle ensure an almost perfect distribution of weight. Eighty-five percent of its weight sits in its wheelbase. The DBS's polar inertia is very low, giving it innate agility and a sturdy platform for the V12's increased power and a thrilling drive.
The DBS takes complete advantage of its tremendously exact and sturdy platform, employing a new, advanced Adaptive Damping System (ADS) that has two different valves with five different damper positions. This allows for immediate ride and handling adjustments. The ADS automatically changes the settings, ensuring that the driver has full control at all times, by responding immediately to changing conditions. The dampers can soften to match an improved ride, or firm up for a more spirited drive.
An electric sensor determines the damper settings by reading the car's systems, which include throttle and brake positions, car speed, and steering wheel spin. This information determines the main drive conditions and driver demands on the car.