Aston Martin Rapide by A. Kahn Design


Aston’s V12 sedan has been given the Afzal Kahn treatment.

When it comes to cars like the Rapide, it's a challenge to create an aftermarket package that enhances instead of obscures the original. British luxury car customizer Afzal Kahn knows this better than most, evidenced by his latest styling program for the four-door Aston. Finished in a sexy shade of Onyx Black, the Rapide has been dressed with a matte black front bumper grille mesh, hood vents in billet aluminum, black brake calipers, matte black side vent grilles and tinted privacy glass.

An enhanced ride is provided for courtesy of a lower suspension system and a new set of wheels in the form of 21-inch Kahn RSX-F alloys finished in silver. Inside the British tuner's customary bespoke touch can be seen in the exquisite Alcantara sport steering wheel and instrument binnacle. The car is available for purchase now, priced at £123,875, which does not include the '00 77' number plate that's available by separate negotiation.

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