1:43 Oxford Diecast - Aston Martin DB9 Coupe Onyx Black Diecast Model
This Aston Martin DB9 Coupe model looks great both inside and out and is presented Onyx Black bodywork and detailed instrument panel, . The exterior trim detail is black, even down to the authentic silver spoked wire wheels, complete with brake callipers and black brake discs
- Diecast metal model
- Considerable detail
- Serialized plates
- Packed in perspex case
This Aston Martin DB9 Coupe model looks great both inside and out and is presented Onyx Black bodywork and detailed instrument panel, . The exterior trim detail is black, even down to the authentic silver spoked wire wheels, complete with brake callipers and black brake discs. The registration is simply DB9, reflecting the initials of Aston's original owner David Brown! In real life, the DB9 - classed as a grand tourer and designed by Henrik Fisker - was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2003 and was produced right up until 2016. It was available as a 2+2 seat 2-door coupe, as modelled by Oxford, or as a 2-door convertible. Made largely of aluminium, it was the first model to be built at Aston Martin's Gaydon facility in Warwickshire. The DB9 came with a 6-speed automatic or manual gearbox and the first introductions came with a 6-litre v12 engine. Our model is a replica of Aston Martin DB9 2013 upgrade. Bodywork changes included enlarged recessed headlight clusters with bi-xenon lights and LED daytime strips, a widened front splitter, updated grille and side heat extractors. The LED rear lights now have clear lenses and the car has a new rear spoiler with the boot lid. The engine was also modified for the 2013 version of the DB9 with an increased horsepower of 503 hp, resulting in a top speed of 183 mph and an acceleration of 0-60 in 4.5 seconds. Internally, the excellence continues with walnut dashboard and had finished leather upholstery not to mention the latest sound systems and essential gadgets for the modern - and extremely affluent - owner.