The future DB9 will get a boost in price when compared to the current generation, with clients expected to pay about £150,000 ($237,000 at the current exchange rates), up from the current £128,000 ($202,000 at the current rates). RM Sotheby’s car sale at Pebble Beach will also see an array of classic sports cars go under the hammer. Maybe in a dealership soon? Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat.
This custom Aston is not based on the 2013 DB9, which delivers a total of 510 horsepower. The latest vehicle coming from the company’s personalization arm is no exception and, unlike other bespoke Aston Martins, is crossing "the Pond" to be auctioned for charity in Los Gatos, California. It is powered by the latest version of Aston Martin’s 6.0-litre V12, producing 450bhp and a top speed of 186mph. Many tuners including the popular names have spent time with the British icon to squeeze more out of it and make it even more sophisticated and lucrative. The last update the Aston Martin DB9 saw was back in 2008 for the 2009 model year.
There may be a possibility for a few improvements under the hood, but there are no words on that yet. They have been providing this service since 1985 when they were blessed with a surplus from the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games. During its short 18 months of production, only 1,000 Virage units were produced simply because customers considered the Virage a more expensive alternative to the current DB9 and didn’t feel like paying the extra money for what seemed like nothing. Despite its awesome performance for the era, sharp looks, and popularity, the Volante was only an interim car. Kahn also indicated that the inspiration behind the WB12 Vengeance is the first-generation Vanquish, the Ian Callum-penned model that launched Aston Martin into the new millennium. But not many of us can afford them. It’s also unique enough that you probably won’t see another Aston Martin dressed in the same colors anytime soon. Just when it seemed a brand new collaboration was on the verge of rising, talks between Aston Martin and Daimler have been slowed almost to a halt.
The new DB9 will also get new exterior colors and a few new wheel options. The new DB9’s look will come from the limited-run One-77 supercar, although the styling will be toned down a bit. The first of them is called the DB9 Carbon Black and, as you’ve probably already guessed, the special edition is covered in black inside and out. When it comes to cars, the movie industry has given us plenty of cool vehicles to drool over. You have to appreciate the guy’s effort! Its top speed is 249 mph (401 km/h), but is capable of reaching 249 mph (401 km/h) in speed events. Other than that, the DB9 has been basically a carryover and is well overdue for a mild upgrade, which we have been speculating about for a while now. In standard guise, the DB9 needs around 4.5 seconds to hit 60 mph from a standing start, to go with a top speed of 183 mph. Click past the jump to read about the Aston Martin Vantage and DB9. The new models will also benefit from new skin panels, revised interiors, and tweaked chassis and engines. What do you think? Introduced in 2003 as a replacement for the DB7, which was developed under Ford ownership and based on a Jaguar platform that was nearly two decades old, the DB9 was the company’s first all-new vehicle in years. Click past the jump to read our full review on this all-new DB9 and see if it lives up to the level that Dr. Bez is telling us it does. Future updates will make the kit much better as RSC Tuning is planning on performing an ECU update and using RSC 100 Cell secondary sports catalysts. After working on the new Rapide sports sedan and the One-77 supercar, Aston Martin is now busy developing a facelift version for the DB9 supercar. And what would it look like if I designed it?” With that, the Vengeance was born. Changing it up a little for the Aston Martin DB9 is new RSC clear rear tail lights, a new RSC sports exhaust, RSC performance air filters, COR wheels, RSC lowering springs, RSC custom floor mats, and Vantage Collection rear diffuser. So who knows, really. February 20, 2014, 13:00, by Justin Cupler, on With such a stupendous response, and such a quick sellout, Aston Martin has decided to apply the same treatment for the future DB9. Appropriately enough, Goy did it while driving what could very well be the last iteration of the DB9 to come out of Gaydon: the DB9 GT. With creations such as Mad Max’s Ford Falcon-based Interceptor, Knight Rider’s customized Pontiac Trans Am, and The Green Hornet’s Chrysler Imperial around, picking a favorite is nearly impossible. Thankfully, we don’t have to wallow in the sight of that car because here we have an Aston Martin DB9 that has been dressed up in gold. The DBR9 appears in Need for Speed: Edge. More than that, it marks yet another auto show in which Aston Martin has quietly made an impression on, as if all those previous concepts it’s shown in past auto shows weren’t enough. Of the five that we chose - one of them is a one-off sports car - RSC Tuning have already started working on the exterior modifications for their super project, with engine mods to follow in the near future. Both ditched the design of the production cars they were based on in favor of a "more Mediterranean" appearance that made them unique among other Aston Martins. To be honest, we don’t really think the shoes look anything like the amazing supercar they were inspired by, unless, of course, the silver color is taken into account, but we still wouldn’t turn down a pair.