• Aston Martin DB9 1M front 3/4

  • Aston Martin DB9 1M front 3/4

  • Aston Martin DB9 1M side

  • Aston Martin DB9 1M rear 3/4

  • Aston Martin DB9 1M rear 3/4

  • Aston Martin DB9 1M rear

Aston Martin has racked up one million fans on Facebook, and the company has marked the occasion by building a DB9 configured by the masses. Every last option on the coupe was picked by the company's teeming horde of fans, including the interior options and the, um, unique vinyl wrap outside. There's no word on what the automaker will do with the DB9 1M, but we doubt we'll see a special edition version make it to dealers anytime soon.

Aston isn't the only automaker to crank out a special model for its Facebook fans. Nissan recently let the social network's members choose which modifications to use on a special tuner version of the 370Z, and Porsche has created unique Cayman and 911 models for its two million and one million fan milestones, respectively. Head over to Facebook to let Aston Martin know how you feel about the DB9 1M.


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      Griffen W
      • 2 Years Ago
      So what have we figured out? There's a million people who like classy cars, and most of them have NO taste.
      Nathan
      • 2 Years Ago
      If West Coast Customs were to make a theme car for Pan Am, this would be it.
      eliasr
      • 2 Years Ago
      ugly doesnt cover it. this thing is so cheap looking, down right FUGLY.
      Agilis
      • 2 Years Ago
      "Every last option on the coupe was picked by the company's teaming horde of fans, including the interior options and the, um, unique vinyl wrap outside." Would you have us believe that out of all the fans, the majority chose some sort of ocean-breeze wave-like theme for the vinyl wrapping! If so, sounds like Ashton Martin got played. This thing is ugly.
        tylermars.design
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Agilis
        Pretty sure it's supposed to represent some sort of aero lines....but yea agreed, ugly.
          Agilis
          • 2 Years Ago
          @tylermars.design
          That may be but way too many of them, which ruins the vehicle's own lines. And c'mon, the lines converge into a giant solid line where the front inlets are. It just is poor taste and gaudy.
        Agilis
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Agilis
        Now that I think of it, it looks like the camouflage various car manufacturers use to hide new models when they are being road tested.
      Mike Fernandez
      • 2 Years Ago
      I understand the reason to celebrate... but just not in this way. That is horrendous. Aston usually has good taste and style, this goes against those principles.
        Eugene
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Mike Fernandez
        Another example that demonstrates the incredible lack of taste of the masses. Some things are better left in the hands of the qualified.
      Ron
      • 2 Years Ago
      that is just terrible. I love Aston Martins, IMHO the sexiest cars ever made.. but my god...
      Matrix
      • 2 Years Ago
      Front end looks just like a 2013 ford fusion.
      regionrat
      • 2 Years Ago
      I love how people will trip over themselves to say every new car looks like something else, yet the Fusion gets a free pass for aping this $100,000 car like a Chinese automaker would. Never change, autobloggers.
      VThom Thomas
      • 2 Years Ago
      Ugly.
      ryanandrewmartin
      • 2 Years Ago
      That has to be most blatant uglification of an automobile ever. Even Mansory gets a pass this time.
      50merc
      • 2 Years Ago
      Godamn that is disgusting...... and pretty ******* lazy ... look at the lipstick on that slow pig. Fire your ad men
      Jonathan Wayne
      • 2 Years Ago
      What in the hell, and why?
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