When it comes to bespoke cars and coachbuilding companies, Zagato is a name we simply cannot ignore. The Milan-based manufacturer is mostly known for redesigning several Italian automobiles, but it is also responsible for meddling with other vehicles, like the Ford Mustang and the Cadillac Eldorado . The Italians are also famous for creating a handful of breathtaking Aston Martins through a cooperation that dates back to the 1960 DB4 GT. Zagato also designed the DBS Coupe Centennial for the company’s anniversary in 2013, and in 2014, the Italians and Brits are back in the spotlight with the Virage Shooting Brake.
This stunning new vehicle comes right on time for Zagato’s 95th anniversary and joins the Lamborghini 5-95 , a unique, Gallardo -based supercar specifically designed for long-time collector Albert Spiess. Much like the 5-95, the Virage Shooting Brake was also built for a wealthy collector, but this time the Italians have dropped the supercar-like appearance in favor of cutting-edge styling cues. It also marks the completion of the Aston Martin-Zagato centennial trilogy that also included the DBS Coupe and the DB9 Spider. Let’s have a closer look at this rebodied Virage, shall we?
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