bertone aston martin rapide jet 2+2 shooting brake concept bertone aston martin rapide jet 2+2 shooting brake concept
feb 26, 2013

bertone aston martin rapide jet 2+2 shooting brake concept

bertone aston martin rapide jet 2+2 shooting brake



unveiled just before the 2013 geneva motor show, bertone – the italian design and coach-building firm has developed the  ‘jet 2+2’, a shooting brake concept version of the aston martin rapide. celebrating 60 years of collaborations between both companies, the model is commissioned as a one-off vehicle, boasting a 5.9 liter V12 engine capable of producing 470 horsepower. finished with a two-tone leather interior, the addition of a stretched and heightened spatial configuration provides more headroom and luggage room.



bertone aston martin rapide jet 2+2 drivers side view



bertone aston martin rapide jet 2+2 rear 3/4 side view



bertone aston martin rapide jet 2+2 interior view

  • cool

    Fatih says:
  • wild and interesting, i really like it. I hope one day to be able to buy a car like this and stop commenting. I can only afford to comment and it really sucks.

    charles says:
  • stretched Giulietta…

    SandB says:
  • …that’s a Porsche Panamera…

    joe says:
  • Yes, except for the eyebrow on the rear window.

    Dan says:
  • Pretty lines – take a Volvo V70 wagon squash in PSHP and glue on the Aston nose/tail. AM is having Porsche envy.


    JimCan says:
  • WOW!!!

    ejv says:
  • Wow… beautiful lines.

    Rich Kim says:
  • un bon break d’entrée de gamme. je suis preneur

    lemonstudios says:
  • thought the images were stretched ^^

    aleex says:
  • 2the best shooting brake by far. much more elegant than panamera or mercedes. would be quattrloporte by touring. could this save bertone? i very much hope so…

    michael says:
  • stunning,… full production car ready to go……. As a one off,…. worth millions £………Glass roof changes colour from blue to clear at a touch of a button……..Rear floor extends over rear seats to provide over 6ft of floor area…… The future is here!

    bj says:

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