This totally exposed full-carbon bodied Aston DBS is what Mansory calls the 'Cyrus' and, with its vast extended wheel arches, big spoiler and deep carbon diffuser, it looks more than a little like the DBR9 race car.
Rather more unique is the significantly changed front end, with a redesigned bonnet and much deeper all-carbon grille flanked by One-77-style air intakes. Polished off with suitably severe grey 10-spoke alloys, the Cyrus looks pretty serious, though we don't know much about what's different under its nude carbon skin. Mansory's website mentions coilover suspension and a lot of fast-sounding adjectives, but thus far that's all we know.
Deep bumpers and skirts bring the Benters into much closer acquaintance with the ground, and huge black intakes in the redesigned front bumper pick up the darker highlights from the - you guessed it - carbon bonnet and mesh grille. Did Mansory accidentally over-order on this stuff?
The Bavarians also brought along their modified Ferrari 599 from last year's show rounds, complete with its mad 720bhp supercharged V12 and Ostrich-hide interior.
In this company, it looked almost discreet...