The final car of the set is a Virage based shooting brake was initially scheduled to be unveiled in the Spring of 2014. The actual launch was a little later than intended when on the 7th September 2014 at the Chantilly Art & Elegance Concours d’Elegence in France the Virage Shooting Brake Zagato made what must have been a surprise appearance. Whereas the previous models were commissioned by American and Japanese collectors, the Shooting Brake was built for a European customer who so far, wishes to remain anonymous.
The association between the two companies has now spanned more than 50 years and Aston Martin Zagatos have always been outstanding cars. The Virage Shooting Brake Zagato, again the work of Zagato Atelier’s Chief Designer, Norihiko Harada, follows neatly on from the Centennial cars on 2013.
It is probably safe to assume that mechanically the car is unaltered and retains the standard 490 bhp AM25 spec V12 engine, six speed Touchtronic 2 transmission and carbon ceramic brake discs.