Aston Martin has just launched two limited-edition versions of the Zagato V12 Vantage variant to celebrate 60 years of collaboration with an Italian fashion house. The limited-edition Vantage V12 was also presented to celebrate Zagato’s 100th birthday.
Please note that the unit will not be made by Aston Martin or Zagato but R-Reforged, a company owned by AF Racing Group from Switzerland, which has often collaborated with Aston Martin. It is a limited edition, both of which are referred to as the Aston Martin Vantage V12 Zagato Heritage Twins by R-Reforged collection.
Both of these cars use lightweight aluminum and the same carbon fiber construction and will also use a roof with a double-bubble roof model while the speedster variant will get a pair of flying buttresses behind the seats.
There are also a number of functional aerodynamic package additions, including a deep splitter on the front bumper, and diffuser on the rear bumper with an aggressive shape and additional rear wing.
Both cars are powered by a new version of the 6.0 liter naturally aspirated V12 engine from Aston Martin, which now uses a new inlet manifold, a titanium exhaust system, and a rejuvenated ECU.
This car will be sold exclusively as a couple, the coupe and speedster duo get a new bodywork made of carbon fiber adorned with gold Z emblems, which will be priced at 1.75 million pounds with a limited production amount of only 19 pairs.
Each pair will be made according to the wishes of each owner, with options including unlimited color palettes, allowing the potential buyers to match interior coatings or paints with any sample provided by the client.