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2011 Aston Martin DB9 Carbon Black

For Aston Martin , 2010 has been the year of special editions, and what better way to finish it off then by adding a few more to the mix? The first of them is called the DB9 Carbon Black and, as you’ve probably already guessed, the special edition is covered in black inside and out.

From the Carbon Black exterior paint to the Obsidian Black interior, the DB9 is dressed to the nines. The exquisitely formal color even extends itself to the highly polished Piano Black center console and interior door handles. Black grilles, graphite tail pipes, and unique 19” 10 spoke forged gloss black painted diamond-turned wheels complete the debonair personality of the Aston Martin.

This special edition also features a six-speed Touchtronic II automatic transmission and a re-mapped sports exhaust to exude just the right sound to match the look of the vehicle. Perforated seat inners, semi-aniline leather roof lining, coarse silver stitching, and real polished glass switchgear complete the sporty specification.

The package is finished by a unique laser etched sill plaque depicting the famous wings insignia along with the "Carbon Black" logo. This special edition is now available at Aston Martin dealers.




22 comments:

It’s so exciting and fun to drive with because on its V12 engine that can deliver a powerful output of 470 horsepower on it! Moreover, I have to agree that it already looks great and stunning on its body paint.

I love the decency and the exclusive appearance of this DB9, and it looks more impressive because on its powerful V12 engine, which has a very nice output of 470 HP. Well, this vehicle is really so exciting to drive with!

I’m glad that they still maintain it to have an impressive engine, which only adds more admiration that I feel on it. I also love its exclusive exterior appearance it really looks great on its black body paint.

DB9 Carbon Black is looks so classy and cool on its sleek body paint, and it is also looks very elegant. Well, I just hope that its interior could also offer an impressive feature.

Looks so stunning on shiny black polish scheme. It results for a serious and aggressive appearance. Also the black carbon logo it give special touch to the car.

Well, the sleek body painted that they used on this DB9 is quite impressive, and I noticed that the mileage on it looks so elegant. This car had a simple platform but very appealing on its appearance.

For this production they only modified the styling of the car. That makes me less interested on this vehicle! I agree that the standard version is better.

Well, I prefer the standard version of this car. I think the Carbon Black don’t emphasize the details of the vehicle.

The only thing that I don’t like about special edition is that they tend to modified its look a little the later on called it special! Aftermarket version would be enough for me and I want to see a boost in the power rather on the look!

What to expect but this car seems to have an impressive look and performance. I like the coupe version of this car and its black paint job looks perfect!

Is it the distinctive grille for the Aston Martin it’s kind of lame. However, I like the luxurious exterior and black color of this car. 

This is what you call the real race car! I think its more than a promotional car.
And converting a DB9 to DBS is such a wonderful idea since DB9 is much powerful.

Exterior wise is gorgeous. I could also do without the ugly square on the top of the dash that look like someone took a knife to it. Otherwise nice interior too.

The DB9 Carbon Black and Quantum Silver stand out as the sportier editions compared to the Morning Frost package thanks to a more evocative sound due to revised exhaust piping.

Each of the three editions will carry a laser etched sill plaque depicting the famous Aston Martin wings insignia along with a "Morning Frost," "Carbon Black," or "Quantum Silver” inscription.

This special edition also features a six-speed Touchtronic II automatic transmission and a re-mapped sports exhaust to exude just the right sound to match the look of the vehicle.

It doesn’t take much to crank out a new special edition every once in a while, but Aston Martin has proven itself particularly adept at it.

Exterior-wise the car is gorgeous. I could do with a less buttons on the center stack which would make it more elegant to look at an use. I could also do without the ugly square on the top of the dash that look like someone took a knife to it. Otherwise nice interior
too.

lovely base color, I like it specially when painted with twin racing stripes.

The 2011 Aston Martin DB9 Carbon Black package is complemented by a unique laser-etched sill plaque shows the badge of the famous wings along with “Carbon Black” logo. This 2011 Aston Martin DB9 Carbon Black special edition is now available for Aston Martin dealers.

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