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