The 2013 Aston Martin DB9 is a gentleman's GT: it channels your
inner James Bond innately, whether you're pushing its surprisingly
high limits or soaking in its refined ambience. The DB9 was the
successor of the DB7. The 2013 model saw many improvements to the
design, engine, and the overall driving experience, topping out at
295km/hr and a 0-100km/hr time of 4.5 seconds. The letters "DB" are
the initials of David Brown, who was the owner of Aston Martin up
until 1990. Although the DB9 succeeded the DB7, Aston Martin did
not call the car the DB8 due to fears that the name would suggest
that it had a V8 engine. Aston Martin plans to build between 1,400
and 1,500 DB9s per year.
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