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2012 Aston Martin DB9

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The Aston Martin DB9 has first made its appearance in the market officially in 2003 at the prestigious Frankfurt Auto Show. 

Aston Martin DB9 as a coupe and the Volante

The car was made available in two models like it was available in the form of a coupe and in the form of the Volante.

The Ashton Martin DB9 was followed by DB7. This model is regarded as the first model that has been built at Gaydon facility of Aston Martin.

Design of Ashton Martin DB9

The DB9 was designed by Henrik Fisker and Ian Callum. It is made mainly of aluminium. The chassis of the car is the VH platform, and this platform is also present in another car of Aston Martin – the Ashton Martin DBS. The engine of the car is 6.0L V12, and this is the same engine used for the V12 Vanquish of Ashton Martin. The most recent version of Aston Martin offers a top speed of 295 km/h (183 mph) and a 0 to 97 km/h (60 mph) time of 4.1 seconds.

2012 Ashton Martin DB9 gained good reviews

The 2012 Aston Martin DB9 has gained good reviews from its users. Critics also gave high rate for this car. The critics also appreciate the exterior as well as interior design of the car. Though there have been comments from some users regarding the weaker engine and handling of the car, but reviewers also like the ride and driving experience of the car. However, there have some comments regarding poor satnav, cargio space, and the small rear seats of Aston Martin DB9.

The version of 2012 has come with good improvements particularly to the areas like design and the engine. The overall driving experience is also much improved. 

Presently, the car has gained its name in the market for coming with the most powerful engine. However, the engine is capable of 517 PS power and torque 620 NM. The car also comes with standard brakes that are of carbon ceramic.

Ashton Martin DB9 as an inspiration

The DB9 car is also the inspiration behind the Aston Martin Racing for production of for sports car racing like the DBRS9 for FIA GT3 and DBR9 for FIA GT1.

Both these cars are lightened versions of DB9. The interior features are removed for these cars. The body panels that are made by aluminium have been replaced by carbon fibre panels. 

The Aston Martin DB9 has first made its appearance in the market officially in 2003 at the prestigious Frankfurt Auto Show.

Aston Martin DB9 as a coupe and the Volante

 

The car was made available in two models like it was available in the form of a coupe and in the form of the Volante.

 

The Ashton Martin DB9 was followed byDB7. This model is regarded as the first model that has been built atGaydon facility of Aston Martin.

 

Design of Ashton Martin DB9

The DB9 was designed by Henrik Fiskerand Ian Callum. It is made mainly of aluminium. The chassis of the car is the VH platform, and this platform is also present in another car of Aston Martin – the Ashton Martin DBS. The engine of the car is 6.0L V12, and this is the same engine used for the V12 Vanquish of Ashton Martin. The most recent version of Aston Martin offers a top speed of 295 km/h (183 mph) and a 0 to 97 km/h (60 mph) time of 4.1 seconds.

 

2012 Ashton Martin DB9 gained good reviews

The 2012 Aston Martin DB9 has gained good reviews from its users. Critics also gave high rate for this car. The critics also appreciate the exterior as well as interior design of the car. Though there have been comments from some users regarding the weaker engine and handling of the car, but reviewers also like the ride and driving experience of the car. However, there have some comments regarding poor satnav, cargio space, and the small rear seats of Aston Martin DB9.

The version of 2012 has come with good improvements particularly to the areas like design and the engine. The overall driving experience is also much improved.

Presently, the car has gained its name in the market for coming with the most powerful engine. However, the engine is capable of 517 PS power and torque 620 NM. The car also comes with standard brakes that are of carbon ceramic.

 

Ashton Martin DB9 as an inspiration

The DB9 car is also the inspiration behind the Aston Martin Racing for production of for sports car racing likethe DBRS9 for FIA GT3 andDBR9 for FIA GT1.

Both these cars are lightened versions of DB9. The interior features are removed for these cars. The body panels that are made by aluminium have been replaced by carbon fibrepanels. 

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