2009 Aston Martin Vantage Hellvellyn Frost by MW Design Technik review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 9 September 2009 , 14:09:10 byAlina

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Aston Martin Vantage Hellvellyn Frost by MW Design Technik

The beautiful Aston Martin V8 Vantage will receive an aerodynamic and performance upgrade package from MW Design, called Helvellyn Frost. The model is an incredible car directly from the factory so to work on its looks every curve had to be considered. The adding part of the process is actually quite easy, but it is also very easy to disturb the balance of beauty, proportion and classiness. First, the tuner created a concept render to digitally test-fit the entire styling package including the smallest detail. The first step was to find the perfect color to match the Tungsten Grey with 2-tone red / black interior and red calipers finish from the factory. The process was executed in a very professional way by the specialists from GPFX. After all the story with the color came to an end, Racing Sports Concepts came into the equation for minor aerodynamics and serious power upgrades. To do this, the tuner placed a special order for these aero pieces in matte carbon fiber to flow with the muted exterior reflectivity. The next step was to upgrade the stance of the Aston Martin model with wheels and suspension. Modulare wheels provided the wheels. The prototype included a matte black lip and a highly textured tinted brushed aluminum face reminiscent of a clear-coated version TiAN finish found on some of the most exclusive watches in the world. These highly detailed wheels were covered in 255/35/20 tires offered for the front axle and in 285/25/20 tires offered for the rear one. Michelin is the guilty company that provided them. In the end, the tuner took care of the styling. After everything was ready, the model was capable of developing 445 horsepower thanks to high flow 200 cell catalysts and engine software.