Starting with the most compelling one, the DB9 GT, in Aston Martins words, has been designed to offer world-class grand touring and hand-built excellence. If we are any judge of the brand’s stature and its exceptional cars than we hardly have anything to doubt about. Upholding its title for being the most potent DB9 in existence the car is a perfect amalgamation of style, luxury and superior engineering. Under the hood the 2016 DB9 GT is now powered by upgraded 6.0-litre V12 engine that now churns out a peak power of 547.5 PS and can accelerate 0 to 60 mph (0-96 kmph) in 4.4 seconds with a top speed of 294.5 kmph.
The next big addition will be the Aston Martin Vulcan; a track focused naturally-aspirated supercar has been styled by the Aston Martin design team led by Chief Creative Officer Marek Reichman. The cars super exclusive design language gives us a hint as to the looks of the future generation Aston Martin sports cars. The Vulcan’s front mid-engined, rear-wheel drive naturally-aspirated, 7.0-litre V12 petrol engine is capable of producing 811.1 PS of peak power and has been developed in conjunction with Aston Martin Racing.
The third Aston Martin to join the list will be the DBX Concept, which will be seen in the upcoming James Bond movie Spectre. Earlier Aston Martin had confirmed that it will commence the production of the car soon marking the carmaker’s expansion into the luxury GT crossover market as part of a wider strategy to develop the strongest and most diverse product portfolio.
Finally the fourth Aston Martin to join the aforementioned cars will be the new Lagonda Taraf super saloon. Inspired from the highly sought-after William Towns-designed 1976 Lagonda, the car features many of the same cutting edge engineering techniques seen in modern Aston Martin sports cars. It even comes with some extensive use of carbon fibre body panels. This limousine features a powerful V12 engine plus iPads and a fridge in the rear. Only a lucky few will have the means and access to buy one, however.