Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato final exterior design revealed via official rendering

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Aston Martin has revealed exterior design of their upcoming DBS GT Zagato through a series of official rendering images. Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato is based on DBS Superleggera, this latest limited-edition supercar shows latest evolution of Aston Martin Zagato design language. As we mentioned that the model is limited, customer eager to get their hands on one of the DBS GT Zagato would also need to get a DB4 GT Zagato Continuation. This pair is priced £6 million and pair is dubbed as DBZ Centenary Collection by Aston Martin. Only 19 units of each set will be made.

Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato

Biggest visual highlight in the new Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato can be found in traditionally massive grille. It is an active item that means that each of the 108-individual diamond-shaped carbon fiber pieces remain flush with the bodywork when the supercar is parked. Then open upon start-up to enable the twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 to consume air. Chief Creative Officer of Aston Martin Lagonda, Marek Reichman said that DBS GT Zagato build around beauty but also drama. He further added that dynamic grille gives them an opportunity to provide supercar with two very different identities.

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When the Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato is parked, it seems like it is resting, but rear seems to appear muscular and ready for action. Nonetheless, only on start-up, car becomes truly becomes alert and ready to perform and delivers both aural and visual treat for onlookers. Additionally, full length carbon fiber roof will make its way into production that will give DBS GT Zagato even more muscular look. It also means that this large piece of carbon fiber makes no room for rear window. Nonetheless, Aston Martin resolved this issue by including camera-operated central mirror. Production of Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato will begin from the year 2020 with first deliveries schedule for first quarter of the same year.

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