British carmaker Aston Martin has confirmed that it will be putting the Vanquish Zagato coupe into production.
The Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato made its global debut at the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este in Italy in late May.
Only 99 Vanquish Zagatos will ever hit the roads and all have been sold despite a price tag of around £500,000 (Rs. 4.96 crore).
Under the restyled hood sits Aston's old naturally aspirated 6-litre V12 which produces 591bhp, 28 more than the standard Vanquish. This means that the Vanquish Zagato can sprint to 100km/h from standstill in just 3.5 seconds.
The new Vanquish Zagato is the latest in a line of collaborations between Aston Martin and Italian coachbuilders, Zagato which was kicked off by the DB4 Zagato from the 1960's.
With regards to its design the new supercar blends the best of both Aston Martin and Zagato. Aston highlights the angular headlamps and large grille and the large glasshouse are complemented by the double bubble roof and the round taillamps.
Other highlights of the car include the side mirrors which take their inspiration from the ones on the One-77 hypercar while the taillamps are made using LED lamps in a way quite reminiscent of the ones on the Vulcan track-only car.