With the exception of the Valkyrie hypercar, the quartet of Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato models are some of the brand’s most talked-about vehicles in recent years.
Based around the Vanquish S, which has since been replaced by the DBS Superleggera, the Zagato models are mechanically identical to any Vanquish S you could buy new from the marque. They do, however, look very different.
Most notably, all four have custom bodywork and share largely the same front and rear fascias, including the appealing taillights inspired by the track-only Vulcan. The key points of difference between the models are the body styles.
The most traditional of the four is the Vanquish Zagato Coupe. It has then been joined by the Volante, Speedster, and Shooting Brake. Of the four, the Speedster is perhaps the most desirable, as is limited to just 28 units worldwide, whereas Aston Martin will build 99 units of the Coupe, Volante, and Shooting Brake.
Not everyone with a fat bank account can purchase a Vanquish Zagato as, due to their exclusivity, only owners of existing Aston Martins are eligible. This makes the subject of the video below all the more interesting, as this collector was able to purchase all four Zagato models.
Making this collection even more special is the fact that each of the cars has been specced in exactly the same way, with a Lava Red paint adorned with various gold exterior accents. The interior configurations are also the same and combine black and red leather.