Aston Martin first mentioned the DBS GT Zagato around a year ago, now details and photos of the actual car are finally unveiled. Joining the DB4 GT Zagato Continuation at the inaugural edition of the Audrain’s Newport Concours in the United States, the DBS GT Zagato is the contemporary half of the DBZ Centenary Collection pair, which is strictly limited to 19 pairs and each has a price tag of £6 million.
The DBS GT Zagato is the Italian design house’s rework on the DBS Superleggera, sharing the same 5.2-litre twin-turbo V12 which is now tuned to 760 hp. Zagato has dressed the car in Supernova Red – an exclusive body colour for the ‘Centenary Specification’ – then paired it with black carbon fibre accents, black anodised active front grille, satin black and gold wheels plus gold side strakes. The front and rear wings badges are made of solid 18-carat gold for the luxe effect.
The interior is even more extravagant, covered in Caithness Spicy Red leather and more carbon fibre and gold. For the first time, the cabin is configurable with 3D-printed interior finishes using carbon, aluminium, or gold PVD as seen in the photos, while owners can request further customisations through the ‘Q by Aston Martin’ service.