German tuning studio DMC, based in Dusseldorf, has presented an extreme version of the Aston Martin DBX with the prefix Fuerte (“strong” in Spanish). At the suggestion of the masters, the output of the V-shaped “turbo eight” of the crossover increased to 807 horsepower, the torque – up to 1000 N · m, which makes the DBX Fuerte a serious rival for the Lamborghini Urus, which outperforms the standard “British” in both indicators. p>
Instead of a completely new body kit, the tuners limited themselves to local touches. The crossover has been fitted with body-colored carbon fiber aerodynamic bumper covers and rear spoilers to increase downforce.
In addition, the DBX received a custom diffuser and 24-inch sports wheels – they will be painted in any color at the customer’s request. The interior is available in a variety of materials and colors to choose from, as well as a special steering wheel.
As part of the improvements to the “filling” in the DMC installed a sports filter and a new exhaust system, forcing the V8 to 807 forces and 1000 Nm. The crossover spends 3.8 seconds to accelerate from standstill to 97 kilometers per hour, and the maximum speed is 327 kilometers per hour. In comparison, the standard DBX is capable of reaching the same speed in 4.5 seconds, and the maximum is limited to 291 kilometers per hour.
Aston Martin is also preparing a more powerful version of the DBX. Photospies have already caught a “charged” DBX with an S prefix during road tests, which, according to rumors, will receive a 12-cylinder engine with a capacity of about 700 horsepower.
We also advise you to watch a detailed test drive of the Aston Martin DBX from the FineAuto team: