Nowadays, it seems like every major auto manufacturer is celebrating a huge milestone. Add Aston Martin to the list, as the luxury carmaker brings in 100 years the best way it knows how—introducing a new model to the Zagato series—the Aston Martin DBS Coupé Zagato Centennial. The DBS-based coupe will flaunt a V12 powerplant, as well as the Zagato’s trademark “double bubble” rooftop design and an interior with new colors and trims.
The Zagato’s Chief Designer briefly commented on the high-end speedster: “Redesigning the DBS was a difficult job. The DBS is already one of the most beautiful sports cars around. Our challenge was to bring sporty styling together with a more Mediterranean luxury GT feel, all with typical Zagato quality.”
No word yet on whether we’ll see the DBS Coupe Zagato Centennial hit the showroom floors.
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