2010 Aston Martin DB9 received a complete package of styling, engineering and equipment upgrades.

The most successful model of all-time – DB9 has established itself as the definitive grand tourer, which offers superior comfort, luxury, styling and sporty character.

"The DB9 is the quintessential sporting grand tourer and offers an unrivalled combination of driver involvement, character, luxury and refinement. This car combines our unique Aston Martin character with an uncompromised design philosophy, craftsmanship and trademark Aston Martin performance ability.", said Dr Ulrich Bez, Aston Martin's Chief Executive.

The enhancement package refines the DB9's appearance and includes a new front bumper, bright finish radiator grille and a re-shaped lower intake featuring bright hexagonal mesh. New headlight bezels, re-styled sills, silver brake calipers, 20-spoke diamond turned alloy wheels and clear rear light lenses complete the external revisions.

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Beneath the surface, DB9 features a new Adaptive Damping System (ADS), which provides enhanced ride comfort together with sharper handling when switched to Sport mode. The luxury vehicle also features new tyre pressure monitoring system, a revised Bluetooth microphone system and the addition of a new Double Apex alloy finish trim and Bang & Olufsen hi-fi options broaden the DB9's specification.

"The DB9 was the first car built at Gaydon adopting the VH architecture. It has evolved every year since, with significant changes including a power upgrade and successive reductions in CO2 emissions. The latest package of improvements goes further than ever, highlighting the DB9's qualities as a true sporting GT and underlining its role as the backbone car of our range.", commented Aston Martin's Product Development Director, Ian Minards.

2010 Aston Martin DB9 is available as either Coupe or Volante (Convertible) with rear mid-mounted six-speed manual gearbox as standard or optional "Touchtronic 2" six-speed automatic transmission. The car has already put to production and the first deliveries are expected in July.

The price list starts from £122 445 for the DB9 Coupe and £131 445 for the DB9 Volante.