Aston Martin has revealed its super expensive car, the 2020 DBS GT Zagato, after its photos popped up this summer. The British luxury automaker has an almost six-decade-long history of working hand in hand with the famous Italian auto styling house Zagato, and the 2020 DBS GT Zagato is the latest brilliant result of their collaboration.
What’s so special about the new Zagato is not just the car itself, but also the fact that it’s being offered together with the DB4 GT Zagato Continuation, which is its reimagined vintage counterpart. So buyers must buy both if they want to own the new Zagato. Production is limited to only 19 examples, with each paying homage to the original DB4 GT produced in the 1960s, which also had a limited run of 19 units. Both vehicles made their first real global debut at the first-hosted Audrain’s Newport Concours in Rhode Island.
The DBS GT Zagato is an exceptional take on the marvelous DBS Superleggera super GT made by Aston Martin. The special edition car boasts body panels that are different from those of the “regular” Superleggera, in addition to an active carbon-fiber front grille with a distinctive cross-hatched styling that can open or close depending on cooling requirements.
Another key value of the new Zagato lies under its bonnet, which is the most potent variant of the British marque’s 5.2-liter twin-turbo V12 that punches out 760 horsepower or 45 horsepower more than the DBS Superleggera.
Upon entering the car, customers will be welcomed by 3D printed interior finishes and gold knobs to control things inside the vehicle. The car displayed at the Concours has Caithness Spicy Red leather with Zagato ‘Z’ seat quilting, but buyers can get a more customized configuration if they want. Price-wise, the pair of Astons isn’t for just anyone, except if you have £6 million ($7.374 million) on tap.