In order to mark the 10th anniversary of DB9, Aston Martin planned to move its DB9 Carbon Edition to Japan.
Having rolled off in two variations, Carbon Black and Carbon White, painted in, specifically to be called as, Jet Black and Stratus White, the car beholds package with a carbon fiber rear diffuser surrounding graphite-finish exhaust tips, black intake mesh, black finish wheels, and carbon fiber texture strakes garnishing the fender vents.
Inside the cabin, Black Obsidian accent trim and vents and a Carbon Edition kick plate differs it from standard DB9s. Customers can choose from the options of red, silver or yellow stitching for the upholstery. The paddle shifters are also available in the customer’s choice of carbon fiber finish or black leather.
Overall, look given to the British supercar is more of sophistication with window trims now bolded in black. One will get the pinnacle of carbon fiber to the package at places like aerodynamic diffuser at the rear and graphite-look exhaust exits, a black mesh lower radiator grille, black wheels and more carbon fiber detailing on the side gills.
Mechanically, the Carbon Edition DB9s remains same to their standard versions, with a 5.9-liter V12 engine of 510hp. Prices start at $230,705 for the coupe and $249,794 for the convertible.