Aston Martin DB9 Coupe
The Aston Martin DB9 was first shown at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show as the replacement for the outgoing DB7. Designed by Henrik Fisker, the DB9 was the first car to be built at Aston Martins purpose built Gaydon facility. The DB9 is built around an aluminium riveted and bonded VH (vertical-horizontal) tub then bodied with aluminium to keep weight to a minimum. This front/mid engined 2+2 GT is fitted with the all new 6.0 V12 producing an impressive 450bhp. This engine coupled with a six speed “Touchtronic 2” automatic gearbox made for effortless cruising without compromising its blistering performance, boasting a 0-60 mph of just 4.7 secs and onto a top speed of 186mph. As with all hand built Aston Martins only the finest materials were used. Trimmed in Bridge-of-Weir hide and using the best veneers available.
The Aston Martin DB9 Touchtronic Coupe offered here at Autostorico is a 2007 “56 plate” finished in Tungsten Silver with perforated Obsidian Black leather interior. Having covered a mere 12,758 miles this stunning example boasts a full main dealer service history with 13 stamps recorded in its original owner’s handbook. The last of which was carried out by Aston Martin Bristol at 12,030 miles. Specification highlights include; 19” Alloy wheels, Linn 260 hi-fi upgrade, Bluetooth phone system, Memory seats, Power fold mirrors, Cruise control, Climate control, Navigation, Heated windscreen, Heated seats, Xenon headlights, Reverse parking sensors, Battery conditioner and Umbrella.
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