After debuting the WB12 Vengeance to critical acclaim at the 2016 Geneva auto show, British outfit Kahn Design is set to unveil the convertible version of the car at this year’s running of the Swiss show, says Vik Vijayenthiran of Motor Authority.


The Vengeance is a coachbuilt marvel based on a brand new chassis of a donor Aston Martin DB9, with the transformation taking around 200 hours to complete. The convertible dons Aston Martin’s Volante label and looks every bit as menacing as the coupe.


 


The aggressive look was inspired by Aston Martin models of the previous two decades and is described by Kahn Design CEO and founder Afzal Kahn as the result of a lifelong pursuit to design a car he’s always wanted to drive.


 


The body is made almost entirely of aluminum and not a single panel is shared with the DB9. The imposing grille at the front is billet aluminum, while the rest of the front bumper is composed of composite materials, including carbon fiber for the splitter.


 


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