The three editions are called Morning Frost, Carbon Black and Quantum Silver, and are available as either coupé or Volante convertible.
The DB9 Carbon Black and Quantum Silver get a more sporting flavor, including an obsidian black interior with piano black trim.
These two variants feature a six-speed Touchtronic II automatic transmission, a remapped sport exhaust with graphite tailpipes and unique 19-inch, 10-spoke gloss-black forged alloy wheels.
Interior upgrades include perforated seats, a leather roof liner, and polished glass switchgear.
Aston Martin has gifted all three editions with a unique laser etched sill plaque that features the company’s logo and the special edition’s name.
The “Morning Frost”, “Carbon Black” and “Quantum Silver” are already available to order from the company’s global dealer network.
The three new specials join a host of other limited Astons which have broken cover in 2010. This year has seen the debut of the V12 Vantage Carbon Black, DBS Carbon Black, DBS UB2010 and the V8 Vantage N420.