Aston Martin launches the 2020 DBS GT Zagato with 760hp and gold trim. The automaker initially revealed the 100-year anniversary renderings this summer, but the real version is even better than imagined. With the Aston’s twin-turbo 5.2L V12 engine, it punches 45 more horsepower than the DBS Superleggera.
Here it is shown in Supernova Red, exclusive to the Centenary trimmings. Not only is the power of the engine impressive, but the Zagato-designed bodywork that wraps the engine is beautiful. Other eye catching features include the multi-piece grille and rear-windowless roof. Aston Martin also added 18-carat gold to the front and rear badges.
The Zagato interior is the first of its kind with a new dashboard and center console. Aston Martin has added a lot of options to individualize the Zagato. The geometric parts of the console are 3D printed and can be produced in carbon fiber, aluminum, or (with the Centenary Specification) gold stainless steel with a real gold coating. It takes 100 hours to 3D print, not including the manpower used to polish and process the trim after the fact. The seats come in leather and feature a dotted Zagato Zs. To make it even more custom, Q by Aston Martin has options for other modifications.
Owning the 2020 Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato will be an exclusive opportunity because only 19 units will be available. The big catch, all purchases have to be bought in a pair with a DB4 Zagato Continuation car. The Continuation is made specifically for the track, and not street legal. It will be available in Rosso Maja red, and Obsidian black threat, with exterior color matched to the original cars. Each pair has a starting price of $7.9 million. Those who already purchased the bundle will have their DB4 GTS delivered by the end of the year. The DBS GT Zagato will be ready in early 2020.
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