Aston Martin's DB9 successor isn't supposed to start deliveries until 2017, Autocar reports. That means the current DB9 will be 13 years old when it ends production.
In its ten years of production so far, the car has had a couple of facelifts and even what amounted to a brief name change to the Virage. I can't even begin to imagine how old-school the car is going to feel three years from now.
Think you'll still be able to get it with a stick shift?