The tests saw a prototype of the exclusive Aston Martin DBS GT ZagatoMay 14, 2020
Automobiles publications today, May 13, published photos from tests of the British sports coupe Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato. In total, 19 copies of this new product will be collected.
Aston Martin plans to release only 19 copies of the DBS coupe in the exclusive version of the GT Zagato. This fresh set of “spy” images offers a look at the prototype news.
This DBS GT Zagato has a carbon fiber body, with the exception of some area around the grille, which seems to protect the front edge more than hide anything. The entire front of the car has an elegant shape. It seems that the hood has no boundaries, but this is certainly not the case – it will not open to the windshield, but to the grille.
One of the strangest features of the updated DBS GT is its two-wave roof, which does not have a rear window. Although there are obvious safety implications associated with the inability to see the surroundings directly behind the vehicle. But then this design decision looks very stylish.
In addition, in the rear of the new items are three-dimensional taillights and a tiny active spoiler. The large diffuser contains four outlets.
As representatives of the British brand themselves have said more than once, the latest DBS GT Zagato is “the first car in the creation of which metal 3D printing is actively used.”
The DBS GT Zagato is powered by a 5.2-liter 712 horsepower twin-turbo V12 engine.
The DBS GT Zagato is only available with another DB4 GT Zagato Continuation sports coupe, while Aston Martin names the pair of these DBZ Centenary Collection cars. The total cost of each set is 6 million pounds. The first samples of the DBS GT Zagato were to be delivered to customers in the fourth quarter of 2020.
Not so long ago, we wrote that by the centennial Zagato will release the old Aston Martin with a more powerful engine. Zagato shared details on the model announced a year ago, the release of which will coincide with the centenary of the studio.
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