They are based on the old V12 Vantage but get new bodywork made from carbon fibre to complete the Coupé and Speedster Heritage Twins.
Both of these exquisite cars will be available in 2020 and as you would expect, neither of them will be common nor cheap
Owning such a rare, factory-built recreation won’t be cheap as you can imagine and you would be correct. Each pair commands a tidy £6 million (approx. R112 million) price tag.
Aston says the lucky 19 customers can expect to get their DB4’s in the fourth quarter of 2019 and the DBS GT Zagato a year later.
That component in question is a single-piece aluminum grille that is an extra option over the vehicle’s standard black grille.
As we’ve reported previously, Aston Martin is producing a very special model of the Vanquish S. Called the Zagato, this…
Zagato will be celebrating its centenary next year so they will work with the British manufacturer to produce two cars.
As you guessed, every Shooting Brake has already found a home.
It’s set to cost just less than £1 million.
Possible Pebble Beach debut next month.