The next spot is not that spectacular because of his color or place where it is spotted. It is remarkable because the left side of the car is heavily damaged. This can't alway be blamed on the driver or owner. It looks like a van or a little truck hit the side of the Aston Martin DB9 and drove along the whole side. This will cost a lot of money but we hope this will be only cosmetic damage.
Still the V12 can breathe freely but with all those loose parts it is not advicable to use the full power of the car and accelerate to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds. Don't even think about hitting the topspeed of 306 km/h. The aerodynamic of the car is changed and this will not guarantee the stability of the car. There is just one option left. Go the the garage and get it fixed!
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