In the most significant software upgrades since its world premiere in 2003, Aston Martin DB9 series has received a complete range of accessories design, engineering and equipment.
As the most successful Aston Martin of all time (an honor shared with the V8 Vantage) the DB9 has established itself as the final big GT, with a durable combination of elegance, character and authentic sporting luxury.
This new package of improvements compliments these core qualities perfectly. Subtle styling changes freshen the Aston Martin DB9, a new look front bumper, grille polished and re-shaped lower intake with a bright hexagonal mesh. The new headlight frames, re-shaped skirts in silver brake calipers, 20-spoke diamond turned alloy wheels, clear rear lights complete the exterior modifications objectives.
2012 Aston Martin Virage (convertible). A monitoring system pressure tires, a revised Bluetooth microphone and adding a new double Apex alloy finish trim and Bang & Olufsen hi-fi options to expand Aston Martin DB9 specification.
The introduction of the DB9 marked the beginning of the 21st century, Aston Martin, rebirth. The first model to be built at Aston Martin headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire, and the first to be built around Aston Martin rigid, lightweight bonded aluminum VH architecture, Aston Martin DB9 was an immediate success and unprecedented, establishing a new tone for Aston Martin in the future.
Since the introduction of an Aston Martin DB9 has shown versatility VH architecture, the development of Vantage, DBS and Rapide model ranges. The process of Aston Martin engineers have received more and more precise understanding of the VH, which in turn has led to a steady improvement and development of existing ready-made templates.
In this latest package of improvements to DB9, hardware changes focus on the substrate, where the standard Adaptive Damping System (ADS), which provides a system to continuously evaluate the condition of optimal damper, similar to patterns seen DBS and Rapide. Controlled by a button on the center console, two-stage adaptive dampers can change the default mode, which is optimized for comfort and firmer Sport mode, which produces a tighter body control and responsive feel. Such is the success that the attenuation of the new DB9 DB9 Sports Pack update was interrupted. However, sport design alloy wheels are optionally available.
Improve what many consider one of the most beautiful cars in the world is a delicate exercise. According to the Aston Martin Design Director, Marek Reichman, refinement and fine attention to detail is the key. "The beauty of Aston Martin, its harmonious proportions, ground-hugging position, surface taut and a complete and thorough attention to detail DB9 is these qualities, it's nice, but subtle - not looking for attention."
A new front bumper is the most important change, which re-taking the form of lower hexagonal mesh with a brilliant finish to congratulate the new grid. New headlights frames complete treatment fresh nose. Side skirts DB9 has been changed, with important "hockey stick" curve above the rear wheels. Marek Reichman said: "The DB9 is one of the most beautiful cars in the world of sports and is instantly recognizable as an Aston Martin, the changes we have introduced here to modernize the DB9 to keep at the forefront of automotive design."
Other changes include silver brake calipers, 20-spoke diamond turned alloy wheels as standard, with new design option wheels and a mesh surface light. Clear lens tail lights are also standard. Interior finish alloy Double Apex is now added to the list of options, with the exceptional BeoSound audio system from Bang & Olufsen. DB9 is a car that is quite popular from 2003 until today. In 2008 aston martin competing in the race for market share with Rolls Royce Phantom.
2011 Aston Martin DB9, Aston Martin Racing DBR9 and DBRS9 endurance runners proved a huge success on the circuits around the world. With a total of about 20 DBR9 and 30 DBRS9 built and delivered to customer teams around the world, constantly Aston Martin victories in a host of national and international championships.