Aston Martin has officially unveiled the $7.6M USD DB4 GT Zagato Continuation in its finished form. First seen back in April when it was just a hammered aluminum shell, Aston has now given the ultra-rare rebuilt machine a coat of “Rosso Maja” red paint and silver painted Borrani wire rims as a nod to the 1960s original.
The car is part of a package that comes with the new DBS GT Zagato. The reworked vintage Aston will showcase at the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2019 and just 19 of the DB4 GT Zagato’s will be made for a very select customer base, as each model took over 4,500 hours to build. Deliveries for the DB4 start towards the end of 2019, however, those lucky enough to own the duo will have to wait an extra year for their DBS.
Aston has given the DB4 GT Zagato a number of contemporary modifications and engineering updates such as a 4.7-liter straight-six engine, which produced in excess of 390 BHP. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a four-speed manual gearbox that is paired with a limited-slip differential.
Inside, the Aston Martin is finished in rich black leather which covers the carbon fiber racing seats. A full FIA-approved roll cage has been installed inside, too, and the interior is finished with a wooden steering wheel taking center stage. Take a look at the Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato in the gallery above.
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