Zagato Makes One-Off Porsche Carrera GT

For some reason, whenever we heard the Zagato name we ended up thinking about Alfa Romeo, Lancia or Aston Martin. They never were into German cars, except a few BMW's, and suddenly decided to do a Porsche.
Porsche Carrera GT Zagato 1 photo
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So how did Zagato end up customizing a Stuttgart-made supercar? They simply took an order from german rally driver Ernst Berg to add some character to the fast Carrera GT.

The result is not too flashy, but really cool. The most obvious change is the company's traditional double bubble roof which goes towards the back into a similarly redesigned engine hood. The exhaust pipes, rear diffuser and the bumpers were also overworked for a truly unique-looking Porsche Carrera GT.

The car's engine remained untouched, so it's the same naturally-aspirated 5.7-liter V10 under the bonnet, generating 605 HP and a top speed of 205 mph (330 km/h).

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