Aston Martin has revealed the DBS GT Zagato, with the ultra-exclusive car priced at a staggering figure of £6m!
Of course, that price also includes another car, namely, the “DB4 GT Zagato Continuation” – a track-only re-creation of the 1960’s original.
Both cars will be sold strictly in pairs, and there will only be 19 units of each.
The DBS GT Zagato is based on the DBS Superleggera supercar, albeit with serious modifications to the styling as well as to the engine – the 5.2-litre turbo V12 has been tweaked to deliver 760 bhp, which represents an increase of 45 bhp.
External details include a special “Supernova Red” paint finish that contrasts with exposed carbon-fibre accents and satin black and gold 3D-machined wheels.
Extra bits of ‘jewellery’ include solid 18-carat gold wings badges front and rear and gold anodised side strakes and centre lock wheel nuts.
The car’s inside, meanwhile, includes 3D-printed elements, one of which is said to take almost 100 hours of print time!
“The design studio at Aston Martin has risen to the task magnificently, working alongside Andrea [Zagato] and his team. They have taken the already fabulous DBS Superleggera and shaped it into something which retains its Aston Martin identity, yet expresses itself as only a Zagato can. It is the modern expression of a timeless icon,” says company design boss, Marek Reichman.