The Aston Martin DB9 went on sale over a decade back in 2004 and is now aged, due for a replacement. Its successor, reportedly called the DB11, is not too far from making its first official appearance. A new report from Autovisie says that according to a German dealer of the British marque, the DB9-replacing DB11 supercar will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2016. A convertible version bearing the traditional ‘Volante’ suffix will be unveiled later. The production of the new supercar will start around mid-year, while the first deliveries will commence around September in the same year.
Aston Martin won’t axe an iconic supercar like the DB9 just like that. A memorable farewell will be assured with launch of a Final Edition model before the public debut of the DB11. The last, Final Edition DB9s will be built from summer 2015 to early 2016, suggests the report. It is known to feature a custom dashboard. More details on the last DB9 should be available soon.