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Cars, Planes & Yachts April, 5th 2011 by E.

The Devil drives a DBS

Just when we thought black cars couldn’t get any cooler, Satan went out and proved us wrong by ordering a new play-toy. It’s black, it’s an Aston Martin DBS, the company that makes the adjustments is based in Germany and the car looks superior to anything else. It’s obvious figuring out the name for this beast was a no-brainer: Meet the Aston Martin DBS Anderson Germany Superior Black Edition.

To be honest, there’s not a lot of cosmetic upgrades to be found on the car, but what has been done works out pretty much perfect together. From the flat black exterior, to the insane 21″ five-spoke alloys, to the black and red leather and alcantara interior, this is one very sinister incarnation of an otherwise rather sophisticated British supercar.

There’s no info on any engine-upgrades as of yet, though rumors on the interwebz suggest a slight horsepower-increase from installing a more flowing exhaust system is one of the options. So, nothing too extraordinary there, but with the standard DBS’ 0-60 time of 4.3 seconds and a top speed of 191MPH (307 KM/H), you’ll quickly get to where you need to be anyway.

Check out Anderson Germany’s website for more of their work:

anderson-germany.com

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