Aston Martin Releases New Images Of The Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake

In October, Aston Martin confirmed that a Zagato Shooting Brake would join the Vanquish Zagato family, but has been slow to actually launch the vehicle. These images suggest that its global premiere is inching closer and for the first time, provides us with a look at the vehicle’s stunning interior.

The sole interior shot published by Aston Martin shows a Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake adorned in brown leather. Behind the front row is where the Shooting Brake bodystyle comes into its own, as there’s now a spacious luggage compartment trimmed in leather and carbon fiber accents. A large glass roof is also visible.

From the outside, these images don’t reveal anything new, but do show the limited-edition Aston Martin painted white with a black roof.

The British marque has previously confirmed that like the Vanquish Zagato and Vanquish Volante Zagato, just 99 units of the Shooting Brake will be built. The Speedster will be the rarest of the bunch, restricted to just 28 examples.

Like its siblings, the Shooting Brake is based on the Vanquish S, thus it is powered by a naturally-aspirated 5.9-liter V12 delivering 592 hp. Aston Martin has yet to say when the Shooting Brake will be unveiled or when production and deliveries will commence.

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  • Bash

    This is so nice really.

  • Luc Helterbrand

    i guess the ultra wealthy don’t need to see behind them..nor carry anyone with them. how unsurprising.

  • TheBelltower

    Needs more ZZZzzzz’s. Pretty though.

  • LOOKS GOOD FROM THE TOP…

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