Three hundred and twenty-five Vanquish-based Zagatos are to be made over the next 18 months or so – almost as many as the total number of Aston Zagatos made since the bloodline began with the DB4GT Zagato in 1960.
The Vanquish Zagato coupe, which went into production last year, was first to reprise the historic tie-up with the Italian design house, last used for the V12 Zagato of 2011. Ninety-nine coupes are due to be made.
Aston has now confirmed there will also be 99 Volante versions and, in surprise news this week to coincide with the Pebble Beach Concours during Monterey Collectors’ Car Week in California, both speedster and shooting-brake versions will also be available.
Just 28 of the Aston Vanquish Zagato Speedsters, what Aston calls “one of the most collectable and covetable Aston Martins ever”, will be built, with deliveries scheduled through 2018. In Pebble Beach, only a Vanquish Zagato Volante was actually on show.