Geneva Motor Show: Kahn Designs To Debut WB12 Vengeance Concept

Posted: Feb 6 2016, 8:30am CST | by , Updated: Feb 6 2016, 10:06pm CST, in News | Cars & Vehicles


Geneva Motor Show: Kahn Designs to debut WB12 Vengeance Concept
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  • Kahn Designs to debut WB12 Vengeance concept at Geneva!

The British coachbuilder and vehicle customizer has confirmed their design will shock and surprise.

Kahn Design is a British coachbuilder and vehicle customizer. Kahn Designs has confirmed that they will be coming to the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Their car concept will make its world debut at next month’s show.

According to Kahn Designs they will be coming out with something that just might shock and surprise but in a good way. The design concept to debut at the Swiss auto show is named WB12 Vengeance, according to MotorAuthority

The concept is like Aston Martin, but has a bit more aggression. The aggression is there to take on the sharp look of the latest Ferrari and Lamborghini models.

Kahn Designs has been teasing the new model called the WB12 Vengeance over the past year. In just a few weeks we finally see the covers come off the design. 

The WB12 Vengeance is a bespoke grand tourer. It is based on the bones of the Aston Marin DB9. Aston Martin has specifically provided the rolling chassis straight from the factory.

Kahn Designs has then crafted a completely new body and interior. The body of the WB12 body is crafted out of aluminium, using traditional rolling and hammer-formed methods.

Afzal Kahn is the founder and lead designer of Kahn Designs. According to Kahn, the car’s styling has been influenced by the first-generation Vanquish.

The concept also offers the brutal look the latest Aston Martin line-up is lacking. A few glimpses of the concept WB12 Vengeance can be caught in the teaser video. 

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