Aston Martin DB9 Carbon Black and White Editions

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

All of our favorite auto makers are coming full force with the Geneva Motor Show right around the corner, and Aston Martin is no exception. The British car manufacturer pulled back the curtain on their Aston Martin DB9 Carbon Black and White special editions heading into the weekend.

Just a day after unveiling V8 Vantage N430, Aston Martin is already presenting more models from their already impressive lineup. There are 2 separate vehicles included in this “pack,” and you may have already guessed it – one painted in black, one painted in white. Each option is sporting lightweight aluminum and carbon fiber body parts, along with a luxurious interior crafted from hand stitched leather and walnut wood accents. Of course seeing that it’s Aston Martin, you already know they wouldn’t slack on the performance side of things. This DB9 is packed 6.0 liter V12 engine making just over 500 horsepower. Expect all of the official details when the vehicle debuts next month.

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