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Aston Martin DB9 is a British grand touring presented at the Motor Show in Frankfurt/Main. It has two models, a coupé and a roadster, also known as Volante. DB9 was the successor of DB7. This was the first model produced in Gaydon Plant of Aston Martin.
DB9 was manufactured based on the plans of Marek Reichman and Henrik Fisker, using mainly aluminum. The chassis is a VH-platform; the engine was taken from Aston Martin V12 Vanquish. The top speed is 295 km/h; it speeds up to 100 km/h within 4 sec.
DB9 is popular and well known for its engine and visual properties.
The production of DB9 ended in 2016, its successor is DB11.