Wheelsandmore is a tuning company based in Baesweiler, Germany
who specialize in performance and styling modifications for
a variety of supercars including Ferrari's, Lamborghini's Bentley's
and more. For 2009 the firm has added to their line of Aston
Martin performance parts with a cosmetic and engineering package
for the DB9 Convertible.
The exterior modifications consist of a polyurethane bodykit
which comprises of deeper and wider sideskirts, more aggressive
front and rear bumpers, and a larger rear spoiler which is subtlety
integrated into the bodywork. 20 inch Kahn Design wheels help
finish off the exterior styling.
Power output has been raised to 536 horsepower thanks to a reprogrammed
ECU and a new sports exhaust. The exhaust features freer-flowing
catalytic converters and a valve controlled stainless steel
muffler. The valves are opened and closed with a remote control
system which means the exhaust tone and volume can be controlled
from the drivers seat.
The suspension system of the Wheelsandmore Aston Martin DB9
Convertible comes courtesy of a custom designed set of springs
from H&R which lower the car by around 25mm.
Similar and related vehicles:
2004 Aston Martin Vanquish Roadster Zagato