Mansory is known for its rather outlandish takes on premium cars. It’s also known for its affinity to carbon fibre. In fact, its take on the Aston martin DB9/DBS, dubbed Cyrus, was crafted entirely from naked carbon fibre. But with the latest iteration of Cyrus, based on the gorgeous DB11, the British tuner has taken a more subtle approach.

While the front apron and the rear wing are still made of carbon fibre, the rest of the body is painted in glossy racing green and silver. The front fascia with larger intakes, along with the wings and the rear diffusers help create more downforce. The twin-turbo V12 gets a new mapping system, a new stainless steel exhaust system and low-restriction air filter and puts out 700 horsepower and 850Nm of torque, helping the Cyrus do 0-100kph in 3.6 seconds and hit a top speed of 330kph.