Tuner creates Aston DB9 with a hint of One-77
17 September 2009

Mansory, a tuner know for outlandish creations, has crafted an Aston One-77 lookalike from a DB9.

Despite the limited edition One-77 still being months away from production, Mansory has provided a cut-price alternative made from aerospace-grade carbonfibre.

The price, which is £340,000 on top of the £112,000 for a new DB9, still falls considerably short of the projected £1.2m for the One-77.

The Mansory DB9, dubbed the Cyrus, rides on 20 inch alloys at the front and 21 inch at the rear. The interior is decked out with extra allumium and carbonfibre, with Cyrus logos stitched into the headrests.

To match the tougher looks Mansory has liberated an extra 28bhp from the Aston’s V12. A version of the DBS is also available.

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