aston martin stretches its supercar to create the vanquish zagato shooting brake
 

aston martin stretches its supercar to create the vanquish zagato shooting brake

aston martin first debuted the ‘vanquish zagato volante’, followed by confirmation that the ‘vanquish zagato speedster’ is entering production, and today the british-automaker reveals its spectacular ‘vanquish zagato shooting brake’. the cars are the latest in a collaboration between the two companies that started back in 1960 with the ‘DB4 GT’ zagato.

aston martin stretches its supercar to create the vanquish zagato shooting brake
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the aston martin vanquish-based zagato collection – including the two-seat shooting brake – feature a 5.9 litre V12 engine with 592 bhp, combined with a ‘touchtronic III’ automatic gearbox and rearwheel-drive. there are also revised spring rates, retuned dampers, thicker anti-roll bars and revised hydraulic steering. for the shooting brake, it comes with a powered boot that opens up to reveal a well finished cabin area typical of the british-automaker. aston has yet to reveal pictures of the shooting brakes interior, though if you inspect the images below closely enough, you might just get a better idea.

aston martin stretches its supercar to create the vanquish zagato shooting brake

aston martin stretches its supercar to create the vanquish zagato shooting brake

  • That is art! Other than the busy tail, it’s all good.

    Jim

    JimCan
  • Mmmmmhhh, I like this new Ferrar… Ah, oh! Sorry, this new Aston Martin

    Paolo Zardo

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