Z–Factor High Five: Beauties, beasts and... buggies?
When series–production models are outfitted by Zagato, the results can vary from sublime to borderline offensive. Classic Driver selects four of the Milanese firm's design classics — plus one oddity — currently being offered for sale. read more >>
Ferrari 250 GT Zagato Sanction II: The real deal?
While 'originals' will always be deemed best, it's difficult to see what's not to like about a 'Sanction II' car, says Simon de Burton, as he ponders the pros and cons of such models as this 1957 Ferrari 250 GT long wheelbase TDF, later fitted with a stunning, Zagato–sanctioned body. read more >>
Masters of Design: The Zagatos
An Italian sports car that's light, fast and — most importantly — beautiful? In that case it was probably penned by Zagato, for the great Milanese design house has long shaped the metal on legendary, performance–orientated cars. read more >>
Claudia Cardinale: Natural inspiration for the double bubble...?
What inspired Zagato’s signature double-bubble roof, a naturally curvaceous solution to the problem of creating more headroom? Renaissance domes, perhaps? The hills of Lombardy? Or had the designers simply watched too many Claudia Cardinale movies? read more >>
Text: Classic Driver