Anderson Germany’s Aston Martin Casino Royale DBS
It has been a while since we saw the Casino Royale movie, the 21st of the James Bond masterpieces. Preceding the DBS Ultimate, which is, as its name obviously suggests, the last of the DBS models, the German aftermarket company named Anderson Germany wishes to pay a last tribute to the fabled car series, a reminder of the mind-whopping car that used to take part in the movie.
Overall, the design bears obvious influence from Aston Martin’s DBS Platinum Grey Edition, decked with a matte grey paintjob and shy accents of a lighter, shiny gray on the grille, tailgate surround and window borders. In addition, a shiny black coat covers the 21-inch rims, black and bronze logos can be found on the car and carbon fiber trims.
Inside, the main material used is carbon fiber. We can see it on the air vents, door handles, ashtrays, door sills, center console, handbrake handle, steering wheel and cup holders. The rest of the interior has been covered in Alcantara and black leather, with a nicely contrasting bronze stitching.
The performance of the vehicle has also been slightly improved through some ECU software optimizations, plus a high-performance sports exhaust system. Thus, the output of the engine has been increased from 510 HP to 564 HP. We’ve attached a number of photos to this description, so that you can admire the Aston Martin Casino Royale DBS by yourself.