Aston Martin and Zagato have created yet another piece of automotive art. It is called the DBS GT Zagato and it might be the best looking Aston ever.
The DBS GT Zagato is part of the DBZ Centenary Collection, which includes the DB4 GT Continuation. Both cars were showcased for the first time at Audrain’s Newport Concours in the United States.
This particular DBS GT Zagato is finished in Supernova Red. This shade is exclusive to the DBS GT Zagato ‘Centenary Specification’ and is contrasted by exposed carbon fiber elements. The wheels in Satin Black and Gold are also unique to this car. The car has a gloss carbon roof and rear diffuser as well as 18-carat gold wings badges. It has an active front grille and gold anodised side strakes and centre lock wheel nuts.
The interior of the DBS GT Zagato looks as expensive as its exterior. It has Caithness Spicy Red leather, Zagato ‘Z’ seat quilting and satin twill exposed carbon fibre fitted to both the paddle shifts and steering wheel. Customers can choose between carbon, aluminium or Gold PVD (physical vapour deposition) for the interior trim. However, the customization options on this car go beyond that. Thanks to ‘Q by Aston Martin’, customers can specify parts, materials and finishes of their choice. The car is powered by a 5.2-litre, twin-turbo V12 engine that pumps out 760 hp.
Aston Martin is building just 19 pairs of the DBZ Centenary Collection are on offer. Each pair costs £6 million and they are all sold out.