Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato spy shots and video

Aston Martin is almost ready to launch the next creation from its longstanding partnership with Italian design house Zagato.

The car is a bespoke version of the DBS Superleggera, which goes by the name DBS GT Zagato. Its design was shown late last year to mark Zagato’s centennial, and since then a handful of prototype example have been spotted.

The prototype is completely devoid of camouflage gear and thus reveals numerous details, including a full-width grille, multi-element taillights, and center-lock wheels. Another key element is the single-piece, double-bubble roof. There’s no rear window so Aston Martin needed to install a digital rearview mirror.

The prototype in the video also sports the production version’s grille which consists of 108 diamond-shaped, carbon-fiber pieces that remain flush with the grille when the car is parked and open up when the engine is running to allow air to flow through. The production version

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41 Early Broncos First Generation Ford Bronco 1966-1977

Compiling this story has shown us that there is no shortage of first-generation 1966-1977 early Broncos customized for off-roading, rock crawling, overlanding, and performance. The Ford Bronco has been a staple among off-roaders, and with the official introduction of the 2021 Ford Bronco, we imagine the popularity of the vintage variety will only grow.

To help celebrate the return of the Bronco, we scoured the “pages” of sister site FourWheeler.com and came up with 41 early Broncos that cover the multitudinous ways that enthusiasts have personalized their first-generation 1966-1977 Ford Broncos over the years. Click on the links in the subheads to check out the full stories on these early Broncos from Four Wheeler.

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