Aston Martin brings DB9 production to an end after 13 years

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After 13 years, production of the Aston Martin DB9 has actually drawn to a close. Entrusted with replacing the DB7, it launched at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show, where Henrik Fisker and Ian Callum’s model wowed the crowds. Ever since it’s been extremely substantial for the British marque, keeping the cash coming in after Ford offered it in 2006, and supplying a base for the Rapide, DBS and Vanquish.

This was a vehicle loaded with firsts for Aston Martin. It was the first to be constructed on the Vertical/Horizontal (VH) Platform that underpins all its present designs, and the very first to be made at the brand name’s Gaydon head office in Warwickshire. Power came after a variation of the V12 doing service in the DB7 and V12 Vanquish, bringing 331 kW (444 hp) of power and 569 Nm (420 lb-ft) of torque.


Although it’s hot-hatch area in this year, the automobile’s 4.8-second 100 km/h (62 miles per hour) sprint time and 299 km/h (186 miles per hour) leading speed was still fast in 2003, however the Ferrari 575M Maranello was 0.6 seconds quicker to 100 km/h.

The DB11 will release in 2017. Obviously it’s got big shoes to fill, but thanks to the DB9’s success Aston Martin has actually been able to toss some serious money and time at its advancement.

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