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Too many times, an aftermarket tuner goes way over the top when it comes to exterior styling. Gemballa immediately comes to mind. However, when a tuner remains tasteful, the results can be extraordinary. In this case, Anderson Germany has customized what we think is a beautifully sinister looking Aston Martin DBS. It's painted in a matte black foil wrap with matching color alloy wheels in a five-spoke design.

The German tuner has also given the interior a makeover, with the cabin now covered in a combination of black leather with a quilted theme and contrasting red seams and Alcantara, along with carbon fiber trim. A particularly nice touch are the red brake calipers. The Aston Martin logos also remain in their factory-spec locations, although they too are now painted red. Anderson Germany hasn't announced pricing and whether there are engine and/or chassis modifications.

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