The Vengeance, Kahn’s coach-built re-imagining of the coveted Aston Martin DB9, resembles “the silhouette of a sabre tooth on the prowl.”

The Vengeance took 200 hours to build, with the design taking inspiration from the Vanquish and Astons of the 80’s and 90’s.

The bespoke Kahn styling upgrades consist of an aggressive front grille and flared arches. The 20-inch alloys feature a roulette style design and rounded Zagato inspired taillights.

The Vengeance runs on the same naturally aspirated 510bhp 6.0-litre V12, linked to a ZF automatic transmission.

“Launching the Vengeance is the realisation of a dream I’ve had since childhood, to design and produce my own car,” said Afzal Kahn.

“I’ve worked in the industry my whole career, and I want to leave a legacy which I can be proud of.

“The design has gone through several iterations over the years and I’ve taken my time in selecting the right partners to prototype and manufacture the car, ensuring it represents the pinnacle of quality and perfection.

“I’ve kept every aspect of the underlying car, from the crash structures to airbags. Mechanically, it’s unaltered - why change perfection?

“This is coach building in its traditional sense - taking a tried and tested product and working solely on the aesthetic.”

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