Aston Martin DB9 has some updates that will be available from next July. The British Grand Tourism has been slightly changed aesthetically, with new bumpers, air vents and front grille, side skirts amended, silver brake calipers, rear lights and new light-colored alloy wheels 20 “.
The whole range is fitted as standard with the Adaptive Damping System ADS new for the active control suspension, which provides default functions and Sports. Also new tire pressure monitoring system, the hi-fi Bang & Olufsen bluetooth system offered as an option.
The Coupe and Volante versions are equipped with the 6-liter V12 from 477 bhp, coupled to the standard 6-speed manual gearbox, while the option is automatic 6-speed Touchtronic 2. Prices in England from ₤ 122,445 pounds for the coupe and ₤ 131,445 for Volante. The DB9 was launched in 2003, has been produced so far in 12,500 copies and sold in 34 countries, together with the V8 Vantage is the most successful model of all time in the English house. And likely to be the last redesign of the model, since the new DB9 is expected for 2013.