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The Daytona Group, the official importer of Aston Martin sportscars, has confirmed that the new DB9 and its convertible version, the DB9 Volante have arrived in South Africa.
If there’s one thing Aston Martin’s got right during its near 100 years in the business of manufacturing automobiles, it’s the Grand Tourer. Over the past eight years, the DB9 has been the poster car in that very segment for beauty and elegance, appealing to those with premium tastes and tantalizing those who appreciate design – yet remaining competently fast. For 2013, the Gaydon-based firm has made the DB9 just that bit better.
Aston Martin DB9 exhaust tone