Introduced in 2003 as the Celebration of the end of the DB7 Model Line, The DB7 Zagato rekindled the relationship between Aston Martin and Italian coachbuilder Zagato, which had started with the iconic DB4 GT Zagato in 1961. This very special coupe was built as a strictly limited production run of only 99 cars and was only available in the UK, Europe and South East Asia.
The unique steel bodyshell featured a distinctive, large front grille aperture, and the signature Zagato 'double bubble' roof line with sculptured rear window. The rear end was completely unique and had single round tail lights and a drop down boot lid. Zagato styled 5 spoke alloy wheels and a unique Analine leather interior completed the striking looks of this very special car. DB7 Zagato used a 440bhp version of the DB7 GT engine coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission. Lighter and Shorter than the vehicle it is based on increases the performance in addition to its rarity.
A Stunning Automobile to Own in the Centenary Year of the Zagato Carrozzeria