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Production Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Unveiled

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Following its debut at the Villa d’Este Concourse some weeks ago as a concept, the Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato now returns as a production version. The British automaker is making 99 copies of this highly exclusive model, to be sold at an as yet undisclosed price.

Customer deliveries of Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato will begin in the first quarter of 2017, or about the same time the new DB11 will hit the showrooms. So you will have a choice between a modern and elegant Aston, or a re-bodied Vanquish with the old Mondeo-based engine which in all probability will cost three times as much.

We’d go for the dinosaur for a very good reason: it’s very special. Zagato-designed Aston never really lived up to the expectations in terms of beauty – at least not considering the weight that those names carry. But all of them come as standard with a ton and half of pomp, and that’s doubly true in the case of the Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato because of its size and design.

The Zagato Vanquish is also slightly better to drive than the standard car, boasting a 600 horsepower version of its V12 engine which enables it to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. The main highlights of the design separating this car from the stock version include new lights with round tail light reflectors with ‘bladed’ LEDs, One-77 side mirrors, retractable spoiler and rear hatch, ripping carbon fiber sills, quad-exhaust, and of course, the double-bubble roof.

Inside, you’ll find Herringbone carbon fiber with shadow and anodized bronze and optional aniline leather on the facia, vents and rotary dials, unique ‘Z’ quilt pattern stitch on the seat and door sections, as well as the trademark Zagato ‘Z’ embossed on headrests and stitched into the centre console.

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