The Aston Martin DB9 was released for 2005, presented in an admiring 2+2 coupe and translatable body styles. The drop-top variant is called as the Volante, which for those who missed out on the 101 means “flying.” All DB9s are motorized by a 6.0-liter V12 that churns out 450 horsepower and 412 pound-feet of extremely high torque. Either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission fitted with the newest trend paddle shifters is offered and both the transmissions are positioned at the stern transaxle for enhanced weight allocation.
The Aston Martin DB9 comes packed with a healthy lot of options list and a wide selection of customizable color amalgamations. The Volante’s soft top can be dished out in 7 different colors, while the leather is accessible in so many varying shades that even the Prince could find the one that’s too dazzling. All DB9s come customary with the amazing wheels of 19-inch, extremely powerful xenon head lamps, 8-way power heated seats, a fully integrated navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity options and a 128-watt Linn audio unit with 6-CD changer and even an supplementary audio jack. Aside from the swerve of variants, the coupe is presented with a Sports Pack that affords firmer spring, shock and anti-roll bar situations. For those with agile aspirations, this is unquestionably a meaningful add-on.