Aston Martin hinted that they have their biggest product offensive in their history - the DB9 - which will come in 2016. Their new model lineup will look different from today's range, with the new models to be significantly differentiated from each other.
The automaker will use their next-gen VH architecture to accommodate more body styles, and is said to offer two track widths and two wheelbases. The core engine will be a version of AMG's new twin-turbocharged 4.0 liter V8. It will also offer a V12 engine based on AMG's twin-turbon 6.0 liter unit.
The DB9 is already under development and should debut in the second half of 2016.
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