Spyshots have emerged via AutoExpress that appear to show the replacement for the ageing DB9 undergoing testing. Very little is given away by the heavy camouflage, however, the car does appear visually longer and wider.
New air intakes and larger headlights as well as new light clusters all around. Expect a new interior with lessons learned from the stunning One-77.
The new car should sit on the old platform, carried over from the DB9. However, expect power to come from a heavily modified, or even brand new version of the famous Aston Martin V12 to enable better emissions and economy figures.
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