Bradford engineering firm Kahn has revealed a new coach built two-door coupé called the Vengeance at the Geneva motor show.
Most noticeable is the Vengeance’s wide-mouth front grille, which comes finished in chrome and sporting seven individual slats. The dominating feature will likely split opinion, and is joined by a new front bumper, front wings and bonnet.
Things are slightly more restrained at the rear, where a DB7 Zagato-inspired tailgate and light arrangement give the car a more classic look. Wider C-pillars and rear wings add width to the DB9 chassis’s footprint.
The car sits on a set of retro-looking wheels, which take heavy influence from the angular designs of the 1980s. To add muscle, the rear wheels are 335mm wide, while each of the fronts is 225mm across.
The modifications are only skin deep, however, because no mechanical work has been carried out on the car. Instead, Kahn wanted to focus purely on design to “take on coach building in its traditional sense”.