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Aston Martin DB9 (2014)

CAR GARAGE | Aston Martin DB9 (2014) | Like current models, the 2014 Aston Martin DB9 will use the company's "VH" ("vertical / horizontal") modular platform, but with many revisions. VH though Aston has served well since its Inauguration with the DB9, it's no longer competitive for rigidity or weight-efficiency versus, say, current Ferrari's. According to Autocar, the 2014 Aston Martin DB9 (designated project VH500) will amount to a lighter, restyled version of the current model.  The weight-reduction target for the 2014 Aston Martin DB9 is reported to be 10 percent at the Curb. The pound-Paring evidently will not be limited to the platform, however, as Aston is said to be mulling an ultra-light composite materials to replace aluminum for Certain body panels.

There's a lot of potential crossover from the race V12 to the production engine," says Aston chairman David Richards. Whatever Aston Chooses methods, we think the V12 will gain a little muscle Despite Becoming cleaner and more frugal with fuel. We'd look for horsepower to climb by at least 10, to 480, and torque to swell by as many pound-feet to 453. Current Aston Martins are Widely regarded as some of the prettiest cars on earth, thanks to the Efforts of former Chiefs Design Ian Callum and Henrik Fisker. Autocar expects the 2014 Aston Martin DB9 to pick up some cues One-77 in toned-down form.  As for the rest of it, the 2014 Aston Martin DB9 will at least match the current car's many standard comfort, convenience, and safety features.

Though we do not expect the 2014 Aston Martin DB9 to Boast any industry-first technical Innovations, it will undoubtedly be the template for updating the VH-platform other models, the which is pretty much everything in the line barring the new Aston Cygnet city car based on the Toyota / Scion iQ. Like the DB9 next-generation, all these cars should lose pounds, tone-up engine efficiency to run Greener and thriftier, and gain fresh styling cues That may also borrow from the One-77.  Despite selling few cars each year, Aston has an enthusiastic owner base, and the James Bond connection has made the name both famous and "aspirational" the world over. Unlike Ferrari, Lamborghini, and lesser-known automakers like Britain's McLaren and Sweden's Koenigsegg, Aston specializes in posh grand touring machines, not all-out sports cars designed Mainly for the ultimate in speed, handling, and thrills.

All well and good, but should you wait for the 2014 Aston Martin DB9 or buy one of the current models?  Because Despite the reputation of many boutique automakers details for questionable, inconsistent workmanship, and iffy reliability / durability, Aston is a much more "professional" outfit than it was before Ford Motor Company bought in, and its newest cars Reflect lessons learned from the American company, particularly in the area of manufacturing discipline. Though Aston is now owned by a three-party consortium That includes Kuwaiti interests, the Ford legacy seems a destined to be reflected in future models like the 2014 Aston Martin DB9. All of the which Suggests That you can buy a modern Aston with confidence.

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