Aston Martin has been designing and producing world class luxury cars since 1913. Made famous by racing victories and being the car of choice for James Bond this most British of brands stirs the emotions just by seeing one, to experience driving one is a very special experience indeed. The DB9 is instantly recognisable with Aston’s classic style features bought up to date and incorporated into an open top sports car with unrivalled road presence and kerb appeal. The Volante V12 is outstanding and really defines Aston Martin, sitting comfortably on the top tier of their range.
Peel back the hood and squeeze the throttle, the noise from the growling V12 is exquisite and exciting, And around town, the car is as docile as a hatch back. With the hood, it makes for the perfect place to enjoy an entirely engulfing experience. With the hood up or down inter-city and cross continent motoring every mile travelled is a real pleasure by delighting all the senses, all of the time.
Aston Martin’s traditional craftsmanship is reflected in the finishes throughout the car and the interior feels expensive and luxurious being crafted in the finest and latest materials. The DB9 Volante provides the ultimate driving experience and with an on the road purchase price of an average £160,000 The Dream Collection allows you to be James or Jane Bond for a fraction of the price.
Our DB9 comes with a 6-Speed Touchtroinc 2 automatic gearbox combined with sumptuous contemporary leather with contrast stitching, climate control to make the exhilarating experience even more special.
Facts about Aston Martin
The car maker was founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford. Their first car was named Aston Martin since Lionel Martin was a passionate driver and scored his very first victory at Aston Hill near Aston Clinton.
World War 2 devastated the company and in 1947 Sir David Brown made a decision to buy the company after driving one of the cars. David Brown created the famous DB models.
The further development of the DB series led to the DB 5 in 1963. The car become famous after its appearance in the James Bond movie Goldfinger. This was early product placement and no money changed hands and very nearly didn’t happen as Aston were reluctant to get involved. Today brands pay millions to for their cars to be seen in the right movies.