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ASTON MARTIN DB9 Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 2004
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Coupé (two-door)
 

2014 - 2016

For those needing something a bit better car than the DB9, Aston Martin created the Carbon Edition which is led by two distinctive specifications: Carbon Black and Carbon White. The new Carbon Black accentuates the 183 mph DB9's 6.0-litre V12 potential through a strong dark theme underpinned by a unique combination of lightweight carbon fibre features. Meanwhile, the contemporary Carbon Whi...

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gasoline engines:

  ASTON MARTIN DB9 Carbon Edition 6.0 V12 6AT (517 HP)

2013 - 2016

The 2013 Aston Martin DB9 received new updates to fulfill the European regulations regarding pollution norms and safety features. The DB9 has received a major facelift in 2013 and ended the brief career of the Aston Martin Virage. The facelift was almost the same vehicle, but only on the outside and only at a first look. At a deeper look, new details and features were installed to make the c...

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gasoline engines:

  ASTON MARTIN DB9 5.9L V12 6AT (517 HP)

  ASTON MARTIN DB9 5.9L V12 6MT (517 HP)

2010 - 2012

After six years on the market, Aston Martin unveiled the 2011 model year with minor changes, but upgraded some not-so-visible parts under the GT's skin. The British carmaker introduced the car at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show, with sales starting in 2004. It was a stylish Grand Tourer with a specific front fascia and long hood. At that time, Aston Martin belonged to Ford, which sold it i...

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gasoline engines:

  ASTON MARTIN DB9 Coupe 6.0L V12 6AT (477 HP)

  ASTON MARTIN DB9 Coupe 6.0L V12 6MT (477 HP)

2004 - 2010

The DB9 was launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show in late 2003. It was built on a completely new platform developed by Ford and its design was signed by two great designers: Ian Calum and Henrik Fisker. The car came on the market after the DB7. Following the naming tradition, it should have been named DB8 but the car-maker was afraid that the customers will think that it had a V8 under the hoo...

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