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Aston Martin reveals final renders of the DBS GT Zagato

Poised for production in 2020, Aston Martin’s DBS GT Zagato forms one half of the £6m DBZ Centenary Collection, the other taking the form of the DB4GT Zagato continuation. Now, the British marque has finally revealed what its latest low-volume special edition will look like…

Spot the difference

Just a few weeks after the first of the 19 DB4GT Zagato continuations made its public debut at Le Mans, Aston Martin has released renders of the modern DBS GT Zagato. Just 19 of the extravagant Grand Tourers will be built and sold together with the aforementioned DB4s as the DBZ Centenary Collection. We can’t help but feel like had we forked out the staggering £6m list price for the pair of Anglo-Italo Astons, we’d be a touch disappointed with how similar the new DBS looks to its Vanquish-based Zagato predecessors. The coolest feature is probably the ‘dynamic’ front grille. It comprises 108 individual diamond-shaped carbon-fibre pieces that sit flush with the bodywork while the car is switched off but open when it’s fired up in order to allow the V12 engine to breathe. 

Photos: Aston Martin

You can find a host of Zagato-bodied Aston Martins listed for sale in the Classic Driver Market.