Aston Martin is celebrating 100 years of Zagato with the DBZ Centenary Collection. The collection will feature two cars: a track-only, continuation edition of the legendary DB4 GT Zagato and an all-new street-legal DBS GT Zagato. The DB4 will be built at the Aston Martin Works facility in Newport Pagnell, England, which is the original home to the DB4 while the DBS GT will be produced at the main Gaydon facility, home to Aston Martin HQ.
The DB4 GT Zagato will be built using the latest in digital scanning technology to achieve the level of consistency required to get the bodywork panels just right. It will also be powered by a Marek-designed, 380 hp straight-six engine with a four-speed manual transmission. And of course, it will be rear wheel drive.
As for the DBS GT Zagato, the supercar will boast a new interpretation of Zagato's double-bubble roof as well as a new front grille treatment, a truncated tail design, and it will also be the rarest modern-era Aston Martin Zagato.
Deliveries will begin at the end of 2019 for the DB4 Zagato Continuation while the DBS GT will arrive at the end of 2020.
£6,000,000 ($7.8 million dollars), astonmartin.com