The Aston Martin One-77 had amazed the entire auto community when the famed British automaker had lifted the veils off the supercar for the very first time. The supercar was estimated at $1.4 million. Even more amazing was the fact that all the 77 units of the supercar were sold out soon after they were unveiled.
Having observed a prodigious response for it brand accompanied by the lightening fast sale of the One-77, no wonder the British automaker has decided to replicate the same sales and advertisement model for its future DB9 model. The new generation of the DB9 is expected to the available in the year 2013. It is likely to carry the DB10 nomenclature. The styling cues are, according to automotive analysts and industry experts, expected to have been borrowed from the limited edition One-77 coupe.
Experts in the automotive industry also opine that Aston Martin will continue to use the aluminum frame for one more generation and then switch to the carbon fiber wagon. The power plant that powers the new redesigned DB9 exquisite sports sedan is a time tested 6.0 L V12 engine. The V12 engine churns out over 470 bhp of total power. The torque produced by the engine stands at 442 lb-ft and is coupled to a six speed ‘Touchtronic’ paddle-shift automatic transmission system. Alternatively, buyers may also opt for a six-speed H-pattern manual transmission system. At this power and torque level the DB9 can sprint from 0 mph to 60 mph in as less as 4.6 seconds. The power and torque figures of the supercar allow it to be driven at a maximum speed of over 190 mph.
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