While Fiat may not be the first manufacturer to come to mind when thinking nippy sportscar, don’t let the company’s modern day output fool you. The Italian hatchback specialist has a history of creating speedy little motors and none… The post See the 1957 Fiat Abarth Zagato “Double Bubble” GT Corsa on the Road appeared first on Selectism.
The Italian automotive industry is filled with legendary names: Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Lancia, Lamborghini, De Tomaso, Pagani... but the names Fiat, Abarth and Zagato belong up there right beside them - especially when they came...Show More Summary
Can you think of a car that looks less at home in America than a tiny Abarth with a coachbuilt body and four times as much performance as the Fiat it was based on? Meet the Californian Fiat Abarth Zagato 750 GT Corsa, one of only 21 ever built. Read more...
Given the number of cars in Jay Leno's collection, plus the ones he just gets to drive, it seems like the number of classics that he hasn't been behind the wheel of could be listed on a Post-It note. However, Jay Leno's Garage viewers...Show More Summary
While Jay Leno thinks Lancia's Roman-inspired names weren't the most fortunate (the Fulvia reminds him of a certain lady part and Flaminia sounds like an STD), when Zagato entered the game, that hardly mattered. Meet the world's sexiest V4. Read more...
Shown off at the Chantilly Arts & Elegance Concours d’Elegance, Zagato made the Aston Martin Virage Shooting Brake for a commission. The coachbuilder was took inspiration from the Vantage and Virage cars of the 80s. Video here.
Zagato is turning 95 this year, and like all of us hope to do when we turn 95, they're celebrating by building a one-off Aston Martin shooting brake. As you'd expect, it's pretty stunning — but, I don't think it's Shooting Brake enough. I'll explain. Read more...
www.ZerCustoms.com - The Aston Martin Virage had a very short life, however, the designers from Zagat... [...]
The wraps are off the Aston Martin Virage Shooting Brake Zagato – the third and final one-off creation by the Italian coachbuilder to celebrate the British car maker’s centenary. Commissioned by a European client, the Virage Shooting Brake follows 2013’s DB9 Spider Zagato Centennial and DBS Coupe Zagato Centennial models that were made for Aston [...]
Italian coachbuilder Zagato has unveiled the Aston Martin Virage Shooting Brake as part of its 95th anniversary celebrations. Specially constructed for a European client, the 1960s-inspired Shooting Brake comes complete with functional trunk space for carrying the likes of golf clubs, fishing gear, or hunting equipment... Show More Summary
When it comes to bespoke cars and coachbuilding companies, Zagato is a name we simply cannot ignore. The Milan-based manufacturer is mostly known for redesigning several Italian automobiles, but it is also responsible for meddling with other vehicles, like the Ford Mustang and the Cadillac Eldorado. Show More Summary
Famed Italian design house and coachbuilder Zagato turned 95 this year, and already we’ve seen the firm unveil the Lamborghini Gallardo-based 5-95 as part of the celebrations. Now, Zagato has pulled the covers off a second celebratory vehicle, the one-off Aston Martin Virage Shooting Brake Zagato. The vehicle was shown for the first time at...
The one-off custom is destined for the garage of an unnamed collector.
Famed styling house Zagato has unveiled the latest in an ongoing run of custom Aston Martin models, again based on the Virage. Dubbed simply Virage Shooting Brake, this new fastback three-door wagon is a one-off special built for an unnamed European collector. Show More Summary
Of all the pan-European collaborations, the decades-old partnership between Aston Martin and Zagato is among our favorites. It's a tie-in that dates back to the DB4 GT from 1960 and has materialized in numerous forms over the years since. Show More Summary
At first I thought the Lamborghini 5-95 by Zagato was more Spyker with Lamborghini added, but now I'm convinced it's more Lamborghini with Spyker added. Either the way, the more I see of it, it's just so.... ugh. So Zagato made one in yellow. Read more...
Coacbuilder working on a total of five 5-95 examples.
Unless you live in one of the supercar capitals of the world, seeing a Lamborghini on the street is a rare opportunity. Even the Gallardo, of which Lamborghini produced over 14,000 to go down as the most prolific Raging Bull in the marque's history, is still far from an everyday sight. Show More Summary
Introduced over a decade ago, the DB9 is by now the oldest model in the Aston Martin lineup. It predates the arrival of the V8 Vantage, outlasted the Virage and DBS that spun off from it, and outlived the One-77, V12 Zagato and Cygnet that have all come and gone over the length of its tenure. Show More Summary
This yellow head-turner is the second of the planned five Zagato-bodied 5-95 Lamborghinis. The first, an orange example, was unveiled at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este in May. MUST WATCH: This Moron Left The Driver's Seat In A Self-Driving Infiniti Q50 On The Highway: Video The photos of the car, posted to Facebook by Farhan Al...