For all of the attention to detail that went into this beautiful, custom-built 1960 DB4GT Zagato, it almost seems a shame to call the Aston Martin a "replica." But because it started out as a non-Zagato coupe (only twenty originals were...Show More Summary
Aston Martin and Italian coachbuilder, Zagato, unveiled the one-off DBS Coupe Zagato Centennial and DB9 Spyder Zagato Centennial during Aston Martin’s 100th birthday at Kensington Gardens. The DBS Coupe Zagato Centennial features Zagato’s trademark ‘double bubble’ roof. Read the rest of the story at: Two Aston Martins get a one-off Zagato facelift
For Aston Martin’s 100th birthday, Zagato created these two droolworthy rides. The DBS Coupe Zagato Centennial and DB9 Spyder Zagato Centennial, which dramatically overhaul Aston’s default styling with James Bond style.
Italian coachbuilder Zagato has paid tribute to Aston Martin’s 100th anniversary with the announcement of two special projects: the Aston Martin DBS Coupe Zagato Centennial and the Aston Martin DB9 Spyder Zagato Centennial. Zagato describes the DBS Coupe Centennial edition … Continue reading ? The post Aston Martin Zagato centennial projects revealed appeared first on CarAdvice.
Posted on 07.22.2013 08:00 by Kirby Garlitos Any time an automaker celebrates its 100th birthday, you can expect pretty much a year’s worth of festivities, including, but not limited to, the production of some pretty special one-off models. Show More Summary
While numerous luxury automakers turn to Italian design studios to put a fresh spin on their vehicles, BMW has traditionally handled its design almost exclusively in-house. It broke with convention with the debut of the BMW Zagato Coupe concept at last ye... via JustLuxe.com
BMW and Pininfarina are planning to debut a new concept at the 2013 Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este. The Gran Lusso Coupé is designed to be the next logical step forward from the Zagato Coupé, and the one-off creation boasts plenty of BMW earmarks to set the car off as a true member of the German automaker's family. Show More Summary
Ripping the roof off the already sexy Zagato Coupé, the drop-top version would let you speed down the highway with the wind in your hair – if only you could buy this one-of-a-kind ride. Hat Tip Link
The BMW Zagato Roadster is a one-off collaboration that BMW and Italian coachbuilder Zagato created following the debut of their BMW Zagato Coupé.
We presented the BMW Zagato Coupé a few months ago. That stellar collaboration has given rise to another head-turner, the 2013 BMW Zagato Roadster, which made its debut appearance at the recent Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Read the rest of the story at: Zipping into Town: BMW Zagato Roadster
In early July we brought you news of a hand-built one-off collaboration between Bavarian motoring giant BMW and Milanese designer/coachbuilder Zagato – the BMW Zagato Coupe. It was a popular piece and it seems Gizmag readers aren’t the...Show More Summary
Italian finesse meets Bavarian roadster tradition – Three months after releasing the coupé version of the car, German automaker BMW has introduced another unique masterpiece of lavish handcraftsmanship: the BMW Zagato Roadster. Designed...Show More Summary
The Zagato Roadster is an evolution of the Zagato Coupé that bowed three months ago.
Barely three months out from the reveal of the Zagato Coupe at the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este, BMW has unveiled the follow-up, this time a roadster, which made its official debut late yesterday at the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance. Appropriately named the Zagato Roadster, it’s clearly evident that the partnership between BMW...
BMW and Zagato seem to have deemed that their initial collaboration on the BMW Zagato Coupe wasn’t enough. The follow-up Zagato Roadster was conceived, designed and produced in just six short weeks in order to be ready for its debut… BMW Zagato Roadster is a post by Peter Williams on Highsnobiety.
Back in May, BMW wowed the crowds at the Concorso d?Eleganza Villa d?Este (they were also title sponsors) by unveiling the stunning Zagato Coupe concept. A re-imagination of the Z4, the show car was designed along with Zagato, the famous Italian design house from which it takes its name.... via JustLuxe.com
BMW sponsored this year’s Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, and the star of the show was undoubtedly the BMW Zagato Coupe. The car was a Z4-based coupe with traditional proportions. It proved to be an interesting blend of Italian and German design sensibilities. Rather than a Zagato one-off done without the blessing of the manufacturer, the [...]Show More Summary
BMW and Zagato decided that their initial collaboration on the Zagato Coupe, which debuted just three months ago at the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este, was so successful that an encore was called for. The result is this, the Zagato...Show More Summary
Remember a few months back when we wrote about the handbuilt BMW Zagato Coupé? Well, in the three months since then, BMW built another one and hacked the roof off of it. Apparently, Adrian van Hooydonk, Director Design BMW Group, and Andrea Zagato decided the response was so good for the coupé that they needed to make a roadster variant. Show More Summary
Now BMW’s just showing off. Earlier this year, the automaker showed a small sports car called the BMW Zagato Coupe, a one-off concept based on the Z4 roadster that showed what can happen when you throw enough money at a prestigious design firm. After an overwhelmingly positive reception, BMW’s following up with the Zagato Roadster [...]