Ever think the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera needed more oomph? Well, German-based tuning house Wheelsandmore may have the answer.

The only visual change the tuner has made to the DBS is the addition of a set of handcrafted six-spoke 22-inch 6Sporz² or F.I.W.E. forged alloy wheels, wrapped in 265/30 R22 front and 315/25 R22 rear Pirelli P Zero Nero GT tyres.

The twin-turbo 6,0-litre V12, meanwhile, gains some extra grunt via a Tec Tronic plug-and-play power module, which pushes the car’s standard peak outputs of 533 kW and 900 N.m of torque to 610 kW and a neat 1 000 N.m. While the tuner says this results in a top speed of 340 km/h, a 0-100 km/h time has not been declared.

Interestingly, Wheelsandmore claims the module furthermore improves the V12's average fuel consumption by 1,0 L/100 km.

Original article from Car