Aston Martin revealed in full the new Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake, the third fourth member of the growing Vanquish Zagato family.
Coming to complete the quartet, alongside Coupe, Volante, and Speedster, the new Zagato Shooting Brake is obviously the most practical of the four, featuring a two-door wagon body style that is a true piece of art.
Before being transformed by Zagato with a unique roof design and carbon fiber-made panels, the Shooting Brake starts life as a normal Vanquish S which is more than capable to make most forget about one of its main rivals, including the Ferrari GTC4Lusso.
Unlike the Speedster, which drags its exclusive tag to new grounds by being made in just 28 examples, the Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake will be produced in 99 units, just like the Coupe and Volante.
Expect to see the first ones on the streets next year, when they’re not carefully stored in climate-controlled garages obviously. Power comes from the Vanquish S’ naturally aspirated 592hp V12 engine.
Earlier this year, the Italian coachbuilder said that one example of each body style had already been ordered, so we can safely assume that by releasing more images of the Shooting Brake, collectors will likely make more deposits in the coming weeks.