Tuner DMC boosts the British SUV to over 800 hp. DMC enhances the optics of the DBX with plenty of carbon.
The tuning company DMC from Ratingen is launching the British luxury SUV Aston Martin DBX as the Fuerte version. Fuerte - Spanish for strong, mighty, mighty - is the program.,
Performance increases to over 800 hp
Let's start with the newly gained strength under the hood. DMC equips the four-liter V8 biturbo petrol engine with larger turbochargers, makes breathing easier with a sports air filter and discharges the exhaust gases in a flow-optimized manner via a sports exhaust. A newly tuned motor control ensures that all components work together harmoniously. The result is presented in the form of a maximum output of 808 hp and up to 1,000 Nm of torque. The production DBX can only offer 505 hp and 700 Nm of torque.
The driving performance changes accordingly. DMC claims 3.8 seconds for the sprint from zero to 60 mph (96 km/h). In the series, the four-wheel drive vehicle sprints to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds. The maximum speed of the DBX increases from 291 to 328 km/h. Sounds really fuerte – so powerful.
Little carbon, but powerful wheels
To ensure that the DBX also looks powerful enough, DMC wraps it in various carbon add-on parts. The front apron is equipped with side tunnel elements that reduce turbulence. The standard rear short is upgraded to a diffuser with additional slats. In addition, a two-part spoiler migrates to the rear. The first stage extends the roof edge, stage two starts under the rear window. All aeroparts openly display their carbon structure. As a contrast to this, the show vehicle is painted in Diamond Cherry Red. The external transformation is rounded off with new alloy wheels. DMC reaches into the Pur Wheels shelf and equips the DBX with 10x14 inch wheels at the front and 12.5x24 inch rims at the rear. Tires of the dimensions 295/30R24 and 355/25R24 are mounted on it.
There is a whole range of options for interior changes, from leather to carbon to precious wood. In addition, other steering wheels can be mounted. Ultimately, the customer determines how fuerte - i.e. powerful - the change should be.,
DMC tunes DBX. The result is an SUV with over 800 hp and a speed of almost 330 km/h. Visually, the Aston Martin is quite reserved with only a few carbon attachments.