When Aston Martin wants to do a special edition car, it doesn’t hold back. Witness, then, the DBS GT Zagato, the latest of the British automaker’s super-rare customs, and the second part to the so-called DBZ Centenary Collection. Only nineteen will be made, each paired with a DB4 GT Zagato Continuation car.
The 5.2-liter twin-turbo V12 engine is good for 760 horsepower, but you might be tempted to drive slowly to give people a proper look. The exterior is finished in an exclusive Supernova Red paint, with real gold badging, and 3D machined wheels. Lashings of carbon fiber feature outside and in, with the cabin also using additive construction to make exclusive trim and other components.
There’s even the option for physical vapor deposition gold to be added, a process which – with hand-finished polishing – takes almost 100 hours of craftsmanship. Not bad for £6 million (plus tax) for both cars.