Aston Martin, the British automobile manufacturer, is going to discontinue the current Aston Martin Vanquish. The intention is to introduce the new model for the next year with the name, 2017 Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato. The current model was launched in 2012 as a substitute to the aging Aston Martin Virage. The Vanquish Zagato is going to be outfitted with an athletic yet elegant interior and an improved powertrain, which would stand out in the middle of other models of Aston Martin.
Due to these changes and assuming prompts from the Aston Martin One-77 supercar, the new vehicle is expected to offer an inspiring performance. The vehicle has been constructed due to extraordinary customer notice, and it will be just like the concept model, down to the aggressive external design and the powerful engine. However, Aston Martin is going to make only 99 Zagato units for the model year 2017.
2017 Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Exterior
The exterior design of the all-new Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato will be similar to that of the One-77 super coupe. The front part comes equipped with a gigantic grille with incorporated LED mist lamps at all corners, a revamped hood, and a huge splitter for better downforce.
The side profile displays the identical molded side skirts and body panels, similar to those of the 2016 model concept. However, the trademark side strake has been redecorated to flow from the wheel curve to the door, similar to that on the Aston Martin DB11. This detail is stimulated by the Aston Martin CC100 speedster centenary concept coupe, whereas its side mirrors are taken from the Aston Martin One-77 concept.
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Around rear, the new Vanquish Zagato features a sculptural design, taken from the Aston Martin DB11. It will be completed with a withdrawal spoiler and back hatch for trouble-free entry to the cargo section. The rear fascia of the new vehicle comes equipped with round tail lamps, designed with the Vulcan-stimulated bladed LED expertise that offers the rear part a contemporary feel. The rear part modification is completed by a four-exhaust design and a huge, diffuser-like component.
The new British supercar gets the usual dual-bubble roof design, which was at first considered to allow race cars to house racing helmets with a minimum contact on the aerodynamic outline. The entire body of the new Vanquish Zagato will be constructed using carbon fiber to reduce its overall weight and to make it offer better performance.
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New Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato 2017 Interior
The interior of the all-new 2017 Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato looks recognizable when compared to that of the standard model. However, its cockpit has been improved with notable features and quality materials, which cannot be featured on standard Aston Martin models. Some of the notable improvements include a Herringbone carbon fiber, tinted with the anodized bronze elements on the middle stack. Also, there is a distinctive Z-quilt pattern sew on the seats and the headliner, aniline leather and door panels. As the cream at the end, there is a beautiful center console and headrests imprinted with the letter Z, and dual contrast sewing on the upper part of the door panels.
2017 Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato interior
For the model year 2017 also, the 2017 Vanquish Zagato will get its power and torque from the same V12, naturally aspirated powertrain with the displacement of 5.9 liters. The power unit would crank a civilized torque and power of 465 lbs per foot and 591 horsepower respectively, which is 23 horsepower in excess of the standard Vanquish model. This makes the new vehicle attain the velocity from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds, which is one-tenth of a second faster than the standard Vanquish model. The new vehicle comes with a brand new eight-speed mechanical gearbox as standard.
Date of release and base cost
The release date of the 2017 Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato will be during the last quarter of 2016 with the starting price of $ 400,000.
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2017 Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Photos