The Aston Martin DB6 is a grand tourer produced in between 1965 and 1971. The “DB” designation is from (Sir) David Brown, who has been building the company since 1947. The DB6 replaced the DB5 and featured improved aerodynamics and specification over its predecessor. It was sold as a 2-door 2+2 coupe and 4-seat convertible.

The DB6 was unveiled at the 1965 London Motor Show in with an already outdated design. The DB6 has similarities to its predecessor, the DB5. The most noticeable differences are in its wheelbase, side profile, split front and rear bumpers and rear panels. The rear design was similar to the Ferrari 250 and was not very popular with Aston’s conservative, tradition-oriented clientele. The car was rear-wheel drive and was powered by a front-mounted 4-litre I6 engine mated to a 5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic transmission. A total of 1,788 examples were produced.