The 2006 Aston Martin DB9 is a V12-powered grand tourer coupé that Aston Martin.
The DB9 received few design changes during its production between 2004 to 2016. It was altered with a front facelift, a re-designed interior, and minor exterior changes in 2008.
It was altered again in 2009 with another minor facelift, but was fitted with new clear LED lights and a set of new standard wheels. In 2013, the DB9 saw another facelift and power increase.
In 2016, production of the DB9 ceased and was replaced by the DB11.
- 1 Games
- 1.1 Need for Speed: Most Wanted
- 1.2 Need for Speed: Carbon
- 1.3 Need for Speed Carbon: Own the City
- 1.4 Need for Speed: ProStreet
- 1.5 Need for Speed: Undercover
- 1.6 Need for Speed: Shift
- 1.7 Shift 2: Unleashed
- 2 Gallery
Need for Speed: Most Wanted
The DB9 appears in Need for Speed: Most Wanted.
Handling is its biggest weakness due to its heavy weight as it tends to understeer through corners, making it best utilised in pursuits. However, it can reach a high top speed.
Upon being unlocked, it can be purchased in the Career mode from a Car Lot for 90,000 cash, and it can be selected for customisation in My Cars.
Ronald "Ronnie" McCrea's
Ronald "Ronnie" McCrea drives a customised DB9, which is made available as a Bonus car for use in Quick Race or multiplayer after he is defeated in the Career mode. It can not be selected for customisation in My Cars.
A custom DB9 offered in the Challenge Series can be driven in two events:
- #31 - Tollbooth: Complete "Route 55 & Projects" in less than three minutes and forty-five seconds.
- #32 - Pursuit Length: Evade a Heat Level 4 pursuit in less than three minutes.
It can not be unlocked for use in any events or game modes outside of its two Challenge Series events.
Challenge Series vehicle
Top Speed 6.9
Need for Speed: Carbon
It can beat slower tier 2 cars, but will have issues beating quicker tier 2 cars. It suffers from heavy steering, but comes with respectable acceleration and a high top speed.
Need for Speed Carbon: Own the City
The DB9 appears in Need for Speed Carbon: Own the City and is unlocked after Jenna is defeated in the PlayStation Portable release with a price tag of $79,000 or after EX is defeated in the Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance releases.
Need for Speed: ProStreet
The DB9 was added to Need for Speed: ProStreet with the Booster Pack. It possesses a high top speed and responsive handling at the expense of below average acceleration.
Need for Speed: Undercover
The DB9 appears as a tier 2 car in the PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 releases of Need for Speed: Undercover. It is unlocked upon the player reaching Wheelman Level 9.5 and costs $172,000. It appears in the PlayStation 2 and Wii releases with a price tag of $68,000.
The DB9 is an average performing car and is capable of reaching a top speed of 219 mph (352 km/h) with stock performance and 232 mph (373 km/h) with sufficiently upgraded performance parts.
Need for Speed: Shift
The DB9 is classified as a tier 3 car in Need for Speed: Shift. It costs $160,000 and has a car rating of 8.90.
Shift 2: Unleashed
The DB9 appears in Shift 2: Unleashed as a is Modern C class car with a performance rating of 969 and can be purchased for $122,000. Its handling is rated at 3.51 and can brake from 60 to 0 mph in 3.22 seconds.
|DB5||Coupé '63 · Vantage '64|
|DB9||Coupé '06 (VH I) · R9 GT1 '05 (VH I) · RS9 GT3 '10 (VH I) · Volante '09 (VH I)|
|DB11||AMR '18 (VH II) · Coupé '17 (VH II) · Volante '19 (VH II)|
|DBS||Coupé '08 (VH II) · Superleggera '19 (AM7) · Volante '09 (VH II)|
|Rapide||S '15 (VH410)|
|Valkyrie||AM-RB 001 '20|
|Vantage||Coupé '20 (AM6) · GT12 SE '15 (VH II) · V8 N400 '08 (VH II) · V12 '09 (VH II) · V12 S '15 (VH II)|
|Vanquish||Coupé '01 (Ur-VH) · Coupé '12 (VH310)|