Aston Martin shows DBS GT Zagato in final production form
The modern car is paired with a DB4 GT Zagato continuation, priced at $7.5 million for the pair.
Aston Martin has revealed more details of the DBS GT Zagato, showing the exterior in final production form.
The latest photos highlight the unique 'dynamic' grille that dominates the car's frontal area. When stationary, the 108 diamond-shaped carbon fiber pieces remain flush with the body. As soon as the car is started, the grille components all open to provide air for the twin-turbo V12 engine.
"When parked, DBS GT Zagato will almost look like it's resting, but with the rear of the car still appearing muscular and primed for action," says Aston Martin Lagonda design chief Marek Reichman. "Only on start-up will the car truly become alert and ready to perform, delivering both an aural and visual treat for onlookers."
The coupe features a digital rearview mirror linked to a camera to accommodate the full-length carbon roof, which covers the rear windshield area.
The DBS GT Zagato is shown alongside a DB4 GT Zagato Continuation, forming the DBZ Centenary Collection that will sell for approximately $7.5 million for the pair. The cars are set for production next year and will be limited to 19 units.