Zagato has a long history of coachbuilding that roots all the way back to the late 1910s when Ugo Zagato set up shop in Milan. It wasn’t until 1922 when Zagato built its first body for a Fiat 501. Over the years, the coachbuilder has done coachbuilding for Alfa Romeo, Lancia, Maserati, Jaguar, Aston Martin and there’s even a 1967 Shelby in the long list of models that have been touched by one of the world’s best. In the Early 2000’s the brand was tapped once again, this time by famous car collector, Yoshiyuki Hayashi, who wanted the coachbuilder to create a body for his Ferrari 575M in the style of the famous Ferrari 250GTZ Berlinetta. The end result was the Ferrari 575 GTZ, a model that was produced in just six examples and presented to the world at Villa D’Este Concours D’Elegance, 50 years after the 250GTZ it was modeled after.