Aston Martin Reveals Stunning Renderings Of DBS GT Zagato
Priced at £6 million plus taxes, the automaker will start deliveries from Q4 of 2020.
The first glimpse of the Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato is nothing short of fabulous. Announced in September of last year, the DBS GT Zagato will coincide with the 100-year celebration of renowned design house Zagato. The car is limited to just 19 units (paired with DB4 GT Zagato Continuation) and pays homage to the values of the legendary brand. Please note DBZ and DB4 will sell together as part of DBZ Centenary Collection.
Taking inspiration from Aston Martin’s most memorable design – the DBS Superleggera – the DBS GT Zagato continues the legacy of Aston Martin. Featuring a futuristic design, the car has a double-bubble roof, which stretches the full length of the canopy, quashing the traditional windscreen found in earlier models. Furthermore, the grille, lamps, and wheels all hearken back to the classic DB4 GT Zagato from the 60s.
The GT Zagato is expected to inherit the Superleggera’s twin-turbo 5.2-liter V12 engine producing 715 horsepower. The engine gives the car enough bite to go from 0-97 kph in under 4 seconds. The max speed is limited to 340 kph.
The DBS GT Zagato is instantly recognizable and is another feather in the caps of Aston Martin and Zagato. Priced at £6 million plus taxes for DBZ Centenary Collection, the automaker will start deliveries DBS GT from Q4 of 2020 while the DB4 GT will be available in the fourth quarter of this year.