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Fall In Love With The Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Speeder

Revealed as a concept last summer, Aston Martin has finally revealed the production ready version of the Vanquish Zagato Volante, a soft top version of the Vanquish Zagato Coupe. Before we get into the nitty gritty details, I just want to point out that this might be the most beautiful car I have ever seen. It’s quite a looker.

Performance-wise, it sports the same 580 HP V12 that comes in the Vanquish Zagato Coupe, and surprise surprise, it’s already sold out. In addition to the Volante, Aston has two more Zagato models that they announced: a Speedster and a Shooting Brake.

The Speedster is very similar to the Volante in design, but has a key diffference; a set of dual cowls that flow back from the seats finished in carbon fiber. This will be the most rare Zagato variant, as only 28 will be built, whereas the Coupe, Volante, and Shooting Brake will have 99. And yes, the Speedster is all sold out.

But let’s forget about the Coupe, Volante, and Speedster for a moment. Let’s talk about the one Zagato that has not yet entered production, the Shooting Brake. Yes folks, we are getting an Aston Martin wagon, and it is absolutely stunning:

The Shooting Brake will remain a two seater, which will open up a ton of cargo space. The hatch will be powered, and the double bubble design of the Speedster will remain intact on the Shooting Brake. You’ll also get a glass roof for plenty of sunlight.

Aston Martin has not yet had an official reveal yet, but they did give us a look with a rendering shown above. As with any of the cars mentioned today, I absolutely want one.

Written by Tony Hsieh

Cars, the Buffalo Bills, video games, comics, sandwiches, jelly beans, and the shooting star press; these are the things that Tony loves (in addition to his family, of course). When he's not spending his time writing tech reviews for theslanted.com, Tony puts his lifetime love of muscle cars to use on his 2015 Mustang GT. Tony's top three favorite cars are the 1973 Mustang Mach 1, Ferrari 458, and Aston Martin DBS.

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