The Aston Martin DB9 Coupé (also referred to just as DB9) is an Aston Martin grand tourer.
The Aston Martin DB9 is the successor to the Aston Martin DB7 with a Ford VH (Vertical/Horizontal) platform composed mainly of aluminum. Its engine is derived from the Aston Martin V12 Vanquish and its bodywork was derived from the Aston Martin DBS. It is often considered the car that defines modern Aston Martins, and was in production for 12 years (2004-2016).
The Aston Martin DB9 was replaced by the Aston Martin DB11 in 2016.
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The Aston Martin DB9 Coupé appears as a low Class B car with the following statistics:
- Starting rank: 1161
- This was changed to 1219 in the 2019 Spring Update.
- MAX rank: 1337 (+216)
- This was changed to 1326 (+107) in the 2019 Spring Update.
- This was changed to 1298 (+?) in the ? Update .
- MAX+PRO rank: 1394 (+57)
- This was changed to 1362 (+36) in the 2019 Spring Update.
- This was changed to 1361 (+63) in the ? Update.
- Tuning Kit bonus: +41
- Stock to MAX+PRO rank difference: 442
- This was changed to ? in the ? Update.
- Nitro Efficiency: 10/15/20
The DB9 Coupé is inferior to the DS Survolt in all aspects with weaker acceleration, weaker handling & drift radius and shorter nitro durations.
The DB9 Coupé can be described as one of the worst cars in the game for its rank, being even worse than the Dodge Dart GT, SRT 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8, Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X, and both RUF cars, relatively speaking. However, the DB9 Coupé's relatives, the V12 Zagato, V12 Vantage, One-77, and Vulcan, are each straight upgrades to each other in every statistic, including drifting radius and nitro efficiency, going from the lowest-ranked car to the highest-ranked car. This means that all of the other Aston Martin cars possess fewer and fewer of the downsides of the DB9 Coupé, to the point where they possess none at all.
The DB9 Coupé competes as a starter's car for Class B, though it is highly recommended to buy the DS Survolt instead. The DB9 Coupé is a poor choice for Multiplayer or Time-Limited Events and stands as the worst vehicle in Class B.
The DB9 Coupé counts towards the Aston Martin, Britain's Finest, GT Club and British Gentlemen collections. A total of 7 Nitro Starters, 30 Tuning Kits. 42 Extra Tanks and 625,000 are awarded when all 8 versions are completed.
As of the Fifteenth Anniversary Update, the DB9 Coupé costs 320,000 to purchase (originally 14,500, then 21,750 and then 53,000). As of the 2019 Spring Update, upgrades cost 315,000 while Pro Kits require 50,400, 8 of each Class B Part and 6 Initial & Early Techs each.