The delivery of the new A ston Martin DB9 starts as early as July. The British promise the most extensive modifications since the DB9's debut in 2003.
Adaptive dampers in the DB9
The new features of the still stylish shell of the Aston Martin DB9 mainly concern the front bumper and the lower air intake as well as the newly designed grille. In addition, the headlights of the Aston Martin DB9 Coupé and Volante have undergone a subtle makeover, as have the side skirts and the 20-inch alloy wheels. The rear of the Aston Martin DB9 Coupé and DB9 Volante are now adorned with new clear-glass taillights. However, nothing changes in the engine output of the V12 engine. There are still 477 HP on the rear axle of the DB9.
However, the changes to the chassis of the Aston Martin DB9 are much more profound. The British sports car is now equipped with adaptive dampers as standard. These are supposed to improve driving comfort, by pressing the sport button the driver can sharpen the handling of the Aston at any time. The manual six-speed transmission is still mounted on the rear axle in a transaxle design. Optional is the new Aston Martin DB9 Available with a six-speed automatic.
DB9 Volante starts at 182,415 euros
The prices for the new DB9, which is also equipped with a new tire pressure control system, start at 168,565 euros for the Aston Martin DB9 Coupé. The cloth cap-reinforced Aston Martin DB9 Volante is in the price list for at least 182,415 euros.