I already know that I'm a sucker for a green supercar. So when I laid my eyes on the most recently produced WB12 Vengeance by Kahn Design, I knew I'd be sold.

Coated in a powerfully green coat of paint, with black accents highlighting the power bulge and roof. We also see a unique front grille with an almost teeth like design, hiding bright chrome frontwork. The quad-tip exhaust system an aggresive improvement over previous Vengeance examples.

This Vengeance is built on the donor chassis of a DB9 sourced from the Aston Martin factory. Every panel is replaced with aluminum, hammer formed panels, with the front and back fascias replaced with lightweight materials, such as carbon fiber for the front splitter and rear diffuser.

The foundation for its intimidating stance are the wheels. The front pair measuring in at 20 inches, with the back at 21 inches. Additional spokes can be found on the rear wheels, increasing the visual weight. The tires are also wider, with 225 at the front and 335 at the rear.

As for power, the front-mounted 5.9-liter V-12 engine pushes out a solid 510 horsepower and 457 pound-feet of torque. Buyers will have their choice of a manual or automatic transmission, both at six-speed.

Kahn offered an open-top version of the vehicle, but only three examples of this one were produced, so they likely sold out instantly.