This is what you can call an ultimate tuning job! Mansory, who specializes in modifying high-end supercars has picked an Aston Martin DB9 and went berserk with it to make this, the Cyrus.
The car features a totally revised body which comes in naked carbon fiber. It is the first time that a car in this class gets such a treatment. Full carbon body is still exclusive to multi-million dollar supercars.
Apart from the materials, the bodykit itself is a work of art. You get a modified front bumper with a spoiler lip and an extended grille, new side skirts, and a new rear diffuser plus a pair of central exhausts right in the middle of it. There’s also a trunk lid spoiler.
Aston Martin Cyrus uses 9×20 and 10,5×21 wheels wrapped in Dunlop Sport Maxx tyres measuring 255/30ZR20 at the front and 295/25ZR21 at the back. It also has adjustable coil-over suspension which lowers the center of gravity enhancing both looks and road handling.
A car like this must have an equally astonishing interior to cope, and the Cyrus has it of course! The entire modification includes pedals and foot rests made of aluminium as well as exquisite door sills and head rests with embroidered CYRUS logos. There’s also new carbon fiber trims for the dashboard and center console. You also get a very fine red leather upholstery and a leather/carbon steering wheel.
The Cyrus kit is available for Aston Martin DB9 and DBS.