2019 Aston Martin DB9 Engine Specs & Review
2019 Aston Martin DB9. Having already launched a superb version coined by the famousZagato, Aston Martin upgraded the standard version with outstanding updates on the exterior and a more powerful engine under the hood. Like the first generation model, DB9 received the current “S” badge with facial facelift process. The Aston Martin “S” specification is typically used for high performance models by many brands and usually stands for mid-cycle upgrades and additional power. Aston Martin DB9 is one of those cars that really does not need words to tell her story. This page can be just a photo gallery, and it is doubtful that anyone complains. The DB9 lines still fascinate as they were when the second generation car was launched for the 2013 model.
But Aston Martin just announced the “S” version of “Super GT” that is the best in almost everything, so you’re going to peel your eyes away from those pictures for a few minutes. After the hype of its first product in collaboration with Daimler, a double turbo V-12 DB11, Aston Martin wanted to remind people who DB9till existed. The British company added another number to the power disk, rigorously moved the car’s supports, and made some cuff links and a pocket box to brighten its appearance slightly. 2019 Aston Martin DB9 Most feature of DB9 is its beautiful body, which Aston barely touched.
External updates are far from wide, but they do not make 2019 Aston Martin DB9 stand out compared to the outgoing model. The most important change is the new airbag, which includes the front splitter and the rear diffuser made of carbon fiber. The upgrade reduces the front lift by keeping the extra pull away from the car almost completely. Customers will also benefit from the new four exhaust ports and a new “DB9” badge on the rear door. The facelift also brings a few new options, including carbon fiber bonnet hoods, wheels decorated with “converted diamonds” and “stunning graphics” lines.
The latter should include contrast sets such as yellow lines on green and red paint on white, orange on blue, and others. The interior updates are of the same class, with a few great features added to the already luxurious cabin. The furnishings received a lot of attention, with the Grand Torr now available with “quilted” seats. The dark skin is coupled with white contrast stitching, while the matching “DB9” embroidery adorn the headrests. While drivers will not look to school principals while facing the wheel, they will notice the completion of a new and cool stack of center.
All knobs and buttons are now included in the “carbon fiber chopped” satin roll. I do not know what a specific technique Aston Martin used to create this finish, but it’s absolutely awesome, I would like to see wood veneer wood through the cabin. Finally Brits also offers upholstered leather of the Keithness ware, which is supposed to be added to the “touch of luxury and tactility”. Everything else remains unchanged, meaning you will benefit from the same outstanding favor and finish features offered so far.
As a brief reminder, the 2019 Aston Martin DB9 comes with an entertainment information system and Mom III with 6.5 inch LED screen, satellite navigation, DAP radio, AM / FM radio, and Bluetooth. The USB connector, compatible with various audio formats, will allow drivers to turn on their favorite tunes on a standard 1000-watt Bang & Olufsen audio system with 13 speakers. Options include various steering wheel finishes, black hardware package, carbon fiber paddles shift, personalized sill plates, perforated leather inserts door, and many more.
Under the 2019 Aston Martin DB9 hood, the natural 5.9-liter still aspirates the V-12, but has been shrunk to make named 580 hp at 7000 rpm, 12 more than before, thanks to larger take-outs. The 12-cylinder boasts a torque of 465 lb-ft at 5500 rpm, helping the car jump from zero to 62 mph in 3.5 seconds claiming its top speed at 201 mph. This is three tenths faster to 62 mph than Aston’s claim for the non-DB9. (In our hands, 568 hp DB9 printed to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds). The company says it has also worked on an eight-speed Toshtronic III automatic transmission to refine the quality of the switch while making it faster, too. To increase the sporty feeling of DB9, engineers re-suspended suspension, dampers, spring rates, and linings.
Available in both Coupe and Volant (convertible) body styles, the new 2019 Aston Martin DB9 will sell from £199,950 in the UK, €262,950 in Germany, and $294,950 in the United States. Prices in North America rose by less than three percent, which is much lower than I expected. Deliveries will remain in December 2017.