Aston Martin Lagonda Limited, a manufacturer of luxury sports cars founded in the United Kingdom, has created an addition to its superior line of cars in the year 2004. This was called the Aston Martin DB9 and is classified as a grand tourer or GT sports car with a front engine, rear wheel drive layout.
The DB9 is noted as the first automobile to be created at the Gaydon facility of Aston Martin in Warwickshire, England. This was created as a replacement for the Aston Martin DB7 and the Aston Martin Virage, and it has a six speed automatic and manual transmission. This car is the first in the Aston Martin cars to be designed on the VH platform. The DB9 is also available in several body styles including a 2 + 2 seat two door coupé and a two door convertible.
Aston Martin DB9 is designed by Ian Callum, a British car designer and design director of Jaguar, and Henrik Fisker, the chairman of Fisker Automotive. The DB in the car model’s name means David Brown, who is the owner of Aston Martin. Among the DB9’s key competitors include the Bentley Continental GT produced by Volkswagen, the Jaguar XKR, the AMG variants of Mercedes Benz SL, and the BMW M6.