When Mansory takes control of an Aston Martin DB11, it becomes a Mansory Cyrus. Blondie’s Supercar The final video takes a look at the particular vehicle and its all-silver interior.
While the list of modifications isn’t limited to the interior, it’s clear Mansory wants their customers to feel special when they’re behind the wheel. That’s why the interior of the DB11 has been essentially completely stripped down and covered in a silver finish – something we’ve never seen used inside a car. The shine doesn’t show up very well on camera, but Supercar Blondie assures us that it’s as flashy as it gets.
As a unique car, the detail goes a lot further than just a new fabric. One of the party parts of the vehicle involves the carbon fiber around the center console which has threads of the same outer green in the carbon layer. In addition to the bespoke carbon components, Mansory added his badge in various places around the cockpit.
From the outside the car has a smooth body kit with new carbon fiber end caps including side skirts and a new rear diffuser with an F1 style brake light. A new set of 22-inch forged aluminum wheels tie the whole thing together. Mansory also went for a new front-to-rear exhaust system, which means the beast currently produces around 700 horsepower (522 kilowatts).
Believe it or not, these modifications quadrupled the resale value of the DB11 to around $ 800,000. We’re not sure exactly who provided this number, but it’s clear this Aston Martin is sure to make an equally big impression on you and your wallet.