aston martin DBC concept by samir sadikhov aston martin DBC concept by samir sadikhov
aug 28, 2013

aston martin DBC concept by samir sadikhov

aston martin DBC concept by samir sadikhov
all images courtesy samir sadikhov

 

 

with a portfolio filled with work for lamborghini such as the CGI renders for the press images of the aventador J and urus SUV, transportation designer samir sadikhov has presented a his latest super car design study that brings a rear mid-engine/rear-wheel drive layout into a completely re-designed aston martin. dubbed as the ‘DBC concept’, the aston departs from traditional long hood and short deck styling cues and integrates a refined silhouette that references the design profile of the DBR1.

 

 

the super car design study brings a rear mid-engine/rear-wheel drive layout into an aston martin

 

 

the aston departs from traditional long hood and short deck styling cues

 

 

rear 3/4 view

 

 

the concept integrates a refined silhouette that references the design profile of the DBR1

 

 

  • this is the most drool worthy piece of automobile epehermera I’ve seen in a long time

    dbkii says:
  • This is truly lovely. Just like the product that Aston Martin creates time and time again.
    Stunning.

    Ron Smith says:
  • OH YES! Please. Please. Please!!!

    Michael Jackson says:
  • This is really good design! It is not trying too hard. It is subtle, no Ferrari extraneous lines. Signature Aston moves. Conservative, yet more aggressive and sensual than anything out there. Congratulations!

    Michael Jackson says:
  • Ahhhh….beautiful. Sign me up.

    robert says:
  • I have not wanted a new car in a long time

    John Forsman says:
  • Aston Martin really should build this. It would be the most beautiful car on the road. It would be the benchmark of supercar design.

    Nicholaus says:
  • This is one of the best spec-renders I’ve ever seen. A++ as they say.

    Powers says:
  • This is indeed a true concept with rich lines, flawless, very simple and yet very aggressive. Love the new architecture, aston with a long body such as this really does impress, however the bottom rear needs some minor touches, but very original!

    Blend says:
  • ASTONishing! Lots of concept are too unreal for these days, but this one could be next real AM.

    PilgrimCZ says:
  • Like most super cars, visibility is going to be an issue. I hope that they have included several cameras.
    Freaking beautiful car though.

    Bruce Doxey says:
  • Great lines . . . I thought it was a Ferrari!

    OM says:
  • This is some strong pornographic material

    Martin says:
  • God in heaven! Such beauty… i do wish at least some of this sexapeal transfers onto Astons new design…

    bakamoto says:

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