Aston Martins new look Zagato
7th July 2011
Aston Martin recently unveiled their new look V12 Zagato racecar concept at the Villa d'Este Concours in Italy. The car commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Zagato-bodied Aston Martin DB4 GT and GTZ, the first collaboration between the companies. Aston Martin is likely to build a road going version of the two-seater, based upon the V12 Vantage which features a new handcrafted aluminium body, as well as Zagato's signature 'double bubble' roof. Because the Zagato is lighter it is likely to be sub 4.0 seconds in the benchmark 0-60 sprint from its 6.0-litre, 510 bhp V12 engine.
Whilst Aston Martin prepare their new Zagato for its adoring public, Bramley have on offer a DB7 Zagato Coupe for sale in traditional Pentland Green; one of only 99 models sold to the public in 2004, this example has covered just 10,000 miles. It also features a 6.0 V12 engine producing 435 bhp and the traditional 'double bubble' roof. However, inside you will find less racing gadgets and a more traditional styling with veneer trim panels, quilted leather seating and a ribbed Tan Alcantara headlining.
For full specification and pricing of this future classic please click here, or to arrange a viewing please call the showroom on 0844 8227917.