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Aston Martin DB9(2004 to 2016)

In 2004, Aston Martin unveiled the DB9. As the successor to the DB7, this new grand tourer was given the name DB9 as the company felt using the name DB8 would imply an evolution from the previous model as well as the use of a V8 engine. The DB9 was available as either a coupe or a Volante convertible, and featured a 5.9L V12 engine at the front. Designed by Henrik Fisker, the DB9 featured sleek styling and saw a pair of facelifts over the course of its 12 year production run.

In 2004, Aston Martin unveiled the DB9. As the successor to the DB7, this new grand tourer was given the name DB9 as the company felt using… Read more

In 2004, Aston Martin unveiled the DB9. As the successor to the DB7, this new grand tourer was given the name DB9 as the company felt using the name DB8 would imply an evolution from the previous model as well as the use of a V8 engine. The DB9 was available as either a coupe or a Volante convertible, and featured a 5.9L V12 engine at the front. Designed by Henrik Fisker, the DB9 featured sleek styling and saw a pair of facelifts over the course of its 12 year production run.

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