Aston Martin has created this incredible car marking the 50th anniversary of the remarkable 1961 DB4GT Zagato. The coupe, rebodied by Italian coachbuilder Zagato, is based on the Vantage but with a new aluminium shell and the same 510 bhp (380 kW) 6.0L V12 engine.
Each aluminium trimming was assembled by hand from sheet metal before being attached together to form a single panel, in fact, the front wings alone are built in seven separate pieces. There is also an enduro racer version that is set to compete in the 2011 24-hour Nurburgring.
No details seem to be set as to what price is expected for this sexy car and neither is there a commitment for production as yet for customers, but the car did win a Concorso D’Eleganza Design Award at Villa D’Este, Italy, and Aston Martin will probably look to further customer reactions before going into full production.