Showing posts in the category of Aston Martin DB9

Aston Martin DB11 Spied Again, New Evidence Points To AMG-Sourced Twin-Turbo V12!


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Aston Martin's engineers were back at the Nürburgring again testing a 6.0-liter V12-powered version of their DB9 successor and our spies were there to capture it.

Owner Of One-Off 2013 Aston Martin DB9 Spyder By Zagato Selling Car In Monterey


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Why would anyone get a one-off creation such as the Aston Martin DB9 Spyder Centennial and let it go within two years is beyond us, but it's happening and you'll soon have the chance to place a bid for it.

Kahn's Aston Martin-Based Vengeance Goes From Sketchy To 3D Ready


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After last week's teaser sketches, Kahn dropped a fresh batch of 3D renders of their upcoming coach-built Vengeance coupe that's based on the Aston Martin DB9.

First Official Sketches Of Kahn’s Retro Classic Vengeance V12 Coupe


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After a teaser released a few days ago, Kahn Design published the first full sketches of its new Vengeance coupe, a re-bodied, more exclusive version of the Aston Martin DB9.

Kahn Design Teases New DB9-Based Vengeance Coupe


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Kahn Design announced their next creation, the WB12 Vengeance by releasing a first teaser image.

This Is Aston Martin's DB9 Replacement And It's Coming In 2016


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Our spy photographers have nabbed a second Aston Martin prototype for the DB9's successor that may get the DB11 name when it arrives in the first half of next year.

Aston Martin Rolls Out First DB11 Prototype


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Less than two weeks after we caught Aston Martin running a test mule for the DB9's replacement around the 'Ring, an actual prototype of the coupe was spotted by one of our associates at a parking lot in Europe.

Coldfinger: Aston Martin on Ice to Take Place in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains


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After Lamborghini with its Winter Academia in Aspen, Aston Martin announced its own driving program, labeled 'Aston Martin on Ice', which will take place early next year in Colorado.

Aston Martin Free to Sell Vantage and DB9 in the US


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Aston Martin can still sell its DB9 and Vantage models in the United States as the NHTSA has granted the British carmaker a temporary exemption to new safety rules.

Aston Martin's U.S. Dealers in Danger of Closing without Safety Exemption for DB9 and Vantage


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Aston Martin may receive a big blow in one of its most important markets, the United States, if federal regulators don’t exempt the brand from safety rules.

Aston Martin Trademarks the Names DB10 through DB14


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While current Aston Martins are cool and all, with their unmatched style and presence, they are not the best to drive, or especially good at anything else other than making their owner feel like a million bucks.

These Are the Top 10 Favorite Cars for Premiership Football Players


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If you had any doubts about the preferences of English Premiership footballers in terms of cars, this list will make things a lot clearer.

Aston Martin May be Forced to Drop DB9 and Vantage from US Lineup, Jeopardizing Dealers


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With all the rules and regulations in play, it's tough being a standalone carmaker these days; just ask Aston Martin which is facing a crisis in the U.S. due to new crash standards.

Q by Aston Martin Bringing Four New Bespoke Models to Pebble Beach


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Aston Martin’s personalization service “Q by Aston Martin” will unveil a new collection of bespoke cars at the Pebble Beach Automotive Week.

Q by Aston Martin Crafts Horse Riding-Themed DB9 Volante


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Aston Martin’s bespoke division has built a unique DB9 Volante featuring horse-riding cues, designed exclusively for charity auction at next week’s Menlo Charity Horse Show in Los Gatos, California (August 5-10).

Aston Martin to Start its Biggest Ever Product Offensive with All-New DB9 in 2016


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Aston Martin may have dropped a hint or two about its plans for the future, but new reports from the British press talk about the “biggest product offensive” in the sports car manufacturer’s history.

Aston Martin to Unveil Not So New V8 Vantage GT and DB9 Carbon in New York


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You probably remember that Aston Martin last month unveiled the V8 Vantage N430 and DB9 Carbon Black and Carbon White editions at the Geneva Motor Show last month. Well, the British automaker will do exactly the same thing at the New York Auto Show, except for a minor name change for the V8 Vantage N430, which has been baptized V8 Vantage GT for the U.S. market.

Two New Aston Martin Variants Headed to Geneva


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Being an automaker whose all-new models don’t come along that often, Aston Martin constantly tries to spruce up its range with special variants of existing cars, which it paints, trims and names differently so that its motor show stands always house something that draws the passers-by in.

Aston Martin Debuts Q Bespoke Personalization Service in Frankfurt


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Aston Martin has revealed the “Q by Aston Martin” customizing service at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Exemplified on a Vanquish Volante model, the bespoke personalization service “goes far beyond the options list to offer demanding clients the very broadest choice and, as such, truly bespoke sports cars,” according to British brand.

Walk Around the New Aston Martin Centennial Coupe and Spyder by Zagato


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It must be a great feeling to be the owner and of course, the driver of a one-of-a-kind (and we mean that in the literal sense…) sports car like the Zagato-made Aston Martin DBS Coupe Zagato Centennial and DB9 Spyder Zagato Centennial that were both introduced to the world this past Sunday in London.

For us mere mortals, we can only dream of owning such a special vehicle and just have to make do with poring over photos, or in this instance, a set of videos that walk us around the two one-off creations.