2016 Aston Martin DB9 GT

Jun 25, 2015

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Aston Martin is on a mission to remain as relevant as they possibly can, which is why they’ve detailed the new DB9 GT model. The DB9 GT is being called the most powerful DB9 yet, and its 5.9-liter V12 engine puts out 540 horsepower.

Aston notes that the DB9 GT will hit 62 mph in 4.5 seconds, and will hit a top speed of 183 mph. The DB9 GT also gets some added computing power in the form of Aston’s AMi II touchscreen infotainment system. The car also sports hands-free text messaging, provides detailed vehicle status information and has a customizable background screen. Of course, Aston made hardly any changes to the exterior of the car, given that it already looked great. They did change-up the wheels with 10-spoke alloys, black anodized brake calipers, a black front splitter and rear diffuser, and new headlights and taillights. The Aston martin DB9 GT is available now for $199,950.

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