The James Bond film industry has regularly used an Aston Martin in its motion pictures. What will being seen in an Aston Martin do for you?
The engine of the Aston Martin DB9 is a 6.0L V12 engine, just as the DBS. This engine is fitted near the central part of the car, which balances the weight of the car. Thanks to this there is a perfect half and half weight distribution from the front to the rear. As a result the car works at a superior level by being more stable on the road. The engine has a power level of nearly 470 horsepower and can go up to 190 miles per hour. The car can also go from zero to sixty miles per hour in less than five seconds.
The DB9 features nineteen inch alloy wheels that are controlled through a Servotronic system. This is a system that helps with controlling the car by adjusting the power of the steering according to speed. The braking quality of the car is enhanced because it features Electronic Brakeforce Distribution that works to keep a balance between the front and rear braking system. The Emergency Brake Assist feature works to adjust brake force levels in instances where higher levels of braking are needed.
The DB9 is elegant, luxurious and supremely comfortable. Its cabin is hand-trimmed in beautiful, natural materials; primarily wood and leather; and incorporates the latest in modern technology. There is a minimum of distraction for the driver; even the satellite navigation screen folds discreetly away when not in use. But when in use, the satellite navigation system is powered by a hard disk drive program that works for much of North America and Europe. Automatic temperature controls are also used in this car that help adjust heating and cooling to make the interior of the car comfortable at any time of the year.
The magnificent exterior styling of the DB9 gives way to a comprehensively equipped cabin, trimmed in the finest materials. Every element is perfectly conceived, from the 6.0-litre V12, to the hand-stitched seats and carefully selected interior woods. Nothing is out of place. Imagine the feeling of driving such a work of art.