Aston Martin Zagato

Rs 3.85 Cr*
*Estimated Price New Delhi

Aston Martin Zagato models

Variants Ex-Showroom Price    
Automatic, Petrol, 8.0 kmpl
Rs 3.85 Cr*
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Aston Martin Zagato Mileage

Variant Transmission Mileage (ARAI) Mileage City Overall Mileage Highway Mileage
Petrol Automatic  8.0 kmpl 4.0 kmpl - -

Aston Martin Zagato review

Aston Martin V12 Zagato, the endurance racing supercar was born in the year 2011 from the creative minds of British manufacturer Aston Martin and the Italian coach-builder Zagato. The concept car was actually created to celebrate 50 years of joint collaboration of both of these companies. But when Aston received the overwhelming response from the people, it finally decided to expedite the release in a production form and it was revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Later on Aston Martin announced it will only produce 101 units of the exclusive supercar V12 Zagato which was much less than it was initially suggested. It is no doubt that this supercar is second to the company’s top model One-77 and it can be seen clearly that the detailing behind the creation of V12 Zagato is the result of painstaking process that took place at Gaydon and approximately 2000 man-hours to complete the task. The car comes with extremely powerful specs that could excite speed freaks across the world. Aston Martin V12 Zagato powertrain just like the concept version and also its predecessor V12 Vantage on which it is based, is powered by 6.0L V12 engine producing massive 510hp and 570Nm of peak torque. The powerful engine is coupled with a six-speed semi-automatic transmission gearbox. According to Aston Martin, the powerful V12 Zagato can rush from 0-96kmph in just 4.1 seconds of time reaching the top speed of 305kmph. The rear wheel drive version features independent double wishbone along with variable Multimatic DSSV dampers and carbon ceramic brakes handling the track with ease. There is also a track mode inside the stability control system allowing you to test your skills safely.


In attitude, V12 Zagato draws few similarities from its sibling One-77. Its exteriors are built with a mishmash of carbon fiber and hand crafted aluminum. There are some obligatory Zagato touches like large and bold front grill of the car and bonnet which is deeply louvered, the signature double bubble roof, the unique rear pillar boasting of a crossover design and rounded rear lamp clusters. While on the other hand there is carbon fiber work at the front and rear fenders, boot lid surround and door sills-of this supercar. Customized components are enough to show off its lavishness especially the side glass and typical rear window. These carbon fiber components are further flattered by adding contemporary black finishing around the windows. The racing theme is further strengthened by the open rear carbon splitter and raised exhaust pipes. There would be four graceful colors to choose from namely; Diavolo Red, Alloro Green, Scintilla Silver and Alba Blue. Inside this supercar, you will find combination of old and new design elements on the center stack. There is premium leather work, quilted seat stuffing and satin finished carbon fiber on the dashboard. The theme Seven Bridge of Weir skins in semi-aniline finishing which not only offers durability but also protects the natural touch of the leather. Headrests and rear parcel shelf have signature “Z” embroidered on them and giving finishing touch to it, company has installed carbon fiber sill panels with ‘V12 Zagato’ veneered metal script to show the potential of this supercar. The Zagato actually offers more legroom in comparison to Vantage and this could be clearly seen with the seat going all the way back and all the way downwards. The state-of-art infotainment system incorporating 700-watt stereo and iPod connectivity will be enough to pacify insiders showing them the richness of entertainment on the go. For the first time in recent history, Aston has created instruments that are not only beautiful in appearance but also evidently legible. 


Well, whether this supercar is worth the money is of course the matter worth mentioning especially to those who have the means and the likeness of the brand and also the historical references that this roadster exemplifies. The car is itself a picture of luxury and there is no doubt that this piece of object is engineered and designed beautifully. The ultra-limited edition car is currently priced at US$ 519,400. The car doesn't have actually a lot of rivals but one car that can challenge in terms of ‘exclusivity’ is Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0. The difference between the two supercars cannot be seen in the drivetrain, but in customers’ personal preference.

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Aston Martin announces $306 million investment for new DBX crossover

Aston Martin has announced that it has arranged additional funding of $306 million to develop new luxury models. The funds will be used to further expand the previously announced investment plan that will see the company expand into the luxury GT crossover market with a new car based on the DBX concept that premiered at the Geneva Motor Show. Read Full News

Posted On | May 02, 2015

Zagato unveils Aston Martin Virage Shooting Brake

Following the unveiling of the Lamborghini Gallardo-based 5-95, well-known Italian design house and coachbuilder Zagato Atelier, continues celebrating its 95th anniversary with the introduction of Aston Martin Virage Shooting Brake Zagato. Showcased at the 2014 Chantilly Art & Elegance, this is third and final one-off creation by Zagato to celebrate the Aston Martin's centenary. Read Full News

Posted On | September 08, 2014
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