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Kahn Revisits The Old Aston Martin DB9

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The first-gen Aston Martin DB9 might look and feel a bit old these days, but boy has it aged well. The car is still very fanciable, which is why British tuner Kahn Design decided it is worth another look and a couple of exquisite touches.

This meteorite silver DB9 here is garnished with a number of visual upgrades, including front intake surround, rear apron and brake calipers in Silverstone grey. It is also rocking a set of Kahn’s RS-XF wheels in silver platinum, size 9×21” (front) & 10.5×21 (rear).

Interior changes are limited, and include Obsidian black leather sports seats (diamond quilted), Piano black facia. But as always, Kahn provides a bespoke treatment which means customers can choose every last detail of the cabin to their desired specifications.

Aston Martin DB9 is powered by a 450 horsepower 6.0 liter V12 engine, which is still powering that majority of Aston’s range in various states of tune. For such a high-profile role, this engine has a blue-collar background, as it was conceived by welding two Ford Mondeo V6s together.

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