Aston Martin first debuted the ‘vanquish Zagato Volante,’ followed by confirmation that the ‘vanquish Zagato speedster’ is entering production, and now the British-automaker shows its spectacular ‘vanquish Zagato shooting brake.’ The cars are the latest in a collaboration between the two firms that started back in 1960 using the ‘DB4 GT’ Zagato.
The Aston Martin Vanquish-based Zagato set — such as the two-seat shooting brake — features a 5.9-litre V12 engine with 592 bhp, combined with a ‘Touchtronic III’ automatic gearbox and rear-wheel-drive. There are also revised spring rates, retuned dampers, thicker anti-roll pubs and revised hydraulic steering. For the shooting brake, it comes with a powered boot which opens up to reveal a well-finished cabin area typical of the British-automaker. Aston has yet to reveal images of the shooting brakes inside, although if you inspect the images under closely enough, you may just get a better idea.