A matte blue Aston Martin DB9 has been caught by camera in Beverly Hills and because the sports car has been slightly modified to gain that sleeper look makes it irresistible, starting with its paint, going through the tinted windows and ending with the black alloy rims.
The particular ride has been filmed by YouTube user ATSuperChannel and even if he thinks that Aston Martin is known as “Austin Martin” in the United States, and that this version is actually a special edition and not a custom modified vehicle, we would still like to be grateful for capturing this unique sports car on camera. Even if we don’t have more details on the matte blue Aston Martin DB9, we still love it and what its owner did with it actually made it look even better than the day it left the production line. And that’s not an easy thing with an Aston.
As a reminder, the Aston Martin DB9 has been launched back in 2004 by the British based automaker and it’s still being assembled in Gayon facility, Warwickshire, England. The DB initials stand for David Brown, the owner of Aston Martin for a significant part of the history. The DB9 has been designed by Ian Callum and finished by his successor, Henrik Fisker. The sports car has replaced the DB7 and its successor is the DBS V12.