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'''Aston Martin DB9. 2004 to date (prod. unknown). 2-door coupé, 2-door convertible. F/R, 5935 cm³ (V12 DOHC).''' Lovely grand tourer from Aston Martin, with initial styling by Ian Callum, finished by Henrik Fisker. Not DB8—Aston did not want people thinking it was a mere V8. Far roomier—no XJ-S base compromises—and far more technologically advanced than its predecessor. Power at 450 bhp at launch, uprated to 470 in 2007; 517 PS in 2012. Very low, and suitable mostly for true grand touring. Refreshed model in 2012 for 2013 model year, taking over from base DB9 as well as mid-range Virage.
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'''Aston Martin DB9. 2004 to date (prod. n/a). 2-door coupé, 2-door convertible. F/R, 5935 cm³ (V12 DOHC).''' Lovely grand tourer from Aston Martin, with initial styling by Ian Callum, finished by Henrik Fisker. Not DB8—Aston did not want people thinking it was a mere V8. Far roomier—no XJ-S base compromises—and far more technologically advanced than its predecessor. Power at 450 bhp at launch, uprated to 470 in 2007; 517 PS in 2012. Very low, and suitable mostly for true grand touring. Refreshed model in 2012 for 2013 model year, taking over from base DB9 as well as mid-range Virage.
  
  

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Aston Martin DB9. 2004 to date (prod. n/a). 2-door coupé, 2-door convertible. F/R, 5935 cm³ (V12 DOHC). Lovely grand tourer from Aston Martin, with initial styling by Ian Callum, finished by Henrik Fisker. Not DB8—Aston did not want people thinking it was a mere V8. Far roomier—no XJ-S base compromises—and far more technologically advanced than its predecessor. Power at 450 bhp at launch, uprated to 470 in 2007; 517 PS in 2012. Very low, and suitable mostly for true grand touring. Refreshed model in 2012 for 2013 model year, taking over from base DB9 as well as mid-range Virage.


Manufacturing location: Gaydon, Warwickshire, England

Marque: Aston Martin | Predecessors: Aston Martin DB7, Aston Martin Virage (2011–12)





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