Widebody Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato Looks So Pumped Up

Take a good look at the Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato, in case you haven't already done so. Good, you are now prepared to answer the big question of this tale: do you feel this rolling sculpture needs some extra visual aggression? Well, that was also my answer, but, as it turns out, you can never truly please the Internet and that's why we ended up with the rendering sitting before us.
Widebody Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato 1 photo
This pixel play takes the already-dialed-to-eleven Gaydon toy and somehow manages to add a widebody kit to the rolling sculpture.

Of course, the pumped-up arches aren't everything, since, for instance, the super-sized exhaust tips of the DBS GT Zagato become... hyper-sized.

Then we have the wheels. As it sometimes happens in the real world, the stunning "factory" (after all, only 19 units are being built) design was left behind. In its place, we find a multi-spoke approach, with the deep concave approach being part of the current trends, whether we're talking renderings or actual builds.

And since a growing part of the custom car world seems to be obsessed with throwing machines to the ground, the ride height has also been reduced, supposedly via air suspension.

However, given the collector car aura of this AM (more on this below), I doubt any of the owners (yes, they're all sold out) will rush to take their artistic rides to the tuning shop.

For one thing, the twin-turbo 5.2-liter V12 of the machine already delivers 760 ponies, while speccing the car includes turning to the "first automotive application of configurable carbon and 3D-printed interior metal finishes."

Keep in mind that the DBS GT Zagatao was only offered together with the DB4 GT Zagato continuation, as the latter celebrates the collaboration between the two brands, which dates back to the 1960s. The price for the pair? $7.4 million.


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