Only 19 will be produced, and the only way you can own it is if you also buy one of Aston’s DB4 GT Zagato continuation cars.
Aston Martin and Zagato came together for an interesting project after the special model quartet based on Vanquish. The DBZ Centenary Collection, first announced in September 2018, was once again on the agenda with design sketches of what to expect from the two special models in the project.
The project includes DBS GT Zagato and DB4 GT Zagato Continuation models, each worth € 6 million. The idea behind the cars to be limited to 19 units is to celebrate Zagato’s centennial and Gaydon’s six-year collaboration with the Italian design house.
The DBS GT Zagato, sports a new look similar to the Vanquish models, with a massive grille, double-bubble roof, and a flat-bill rear end with vortex-like taillights. Aston Martin’s released a handful of concept sketches of the car, and it looks fantastic. Because it’s based on the DBS, it’ll almost assuredly get a version of that car’s 715-horsepower 5.2-liter twin-turbo V-12 engine and eight-speed automatic transmission.