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Last fall, we reported how Aston Martin was bringing back the DB4 GT Zagato model as a continuation series of 19 cars to celebrate Zagato's 100 years. Building the new classics has begun at Aston. Looking for the Aston Martin DB4 (1958 - 1963) of your dreams? There are currently 9424 Aston Martin DB4 (1958 - 1963) cars as well as thousands of other iconic classic and collectors cars for sale on Classic Driver In 2017, the automaker unveiled the DB4 GT Continuation, a 25-model run of the non-Zagato DB4 GT. After the Zagato, Aston will turn its efforts to movie history with the Aston Martin DB5. When the DB4 was launched at the London Motor Show of 1958 it caused a sensation, and demand soon outstripped manufacturing capacity. In the following years, however, the DB4 cast the mould for six-cylinder Aston Martin production through 1973, bringing together race-developed British engineering. Welcome to official website of Aston Martin, iconic luxury British sports car manufacturer. View latest information, news from Aston Martin, our models including DB11, Vanquish S and Rapide S
Aston Martin's engineers have been working on developing and engineering these gadgets with Chris Corbould, a Bond effects specialist, who says that the main challenge was to reproduce gadgets. Want to own an Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato? Well, unless you're in the one percent of the one percent, you're probably out of luck. Zagato built just 19 examples, and now, they're worth tens of. The beautifully curvaceous Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato was revealed in October 1960 at the London Motor Show. Its seductive looks drew a crowd, but unlike today were people fall over each other to. Aston Martin Works will handle all the logistics and preparation of cars and ensure they run perfectly throughout each track session. To assist in mastering the DB4 G.T. Continuation, the Aston Martin driver training team will be on hand The DB4 is a sports car sold by Aston Martin from 1958 until 1963. Technically it was a development of the DB Mark III it replaced but with a completely new body. The DB4's design formed the basis.
Aston Martin has begun work on its latest continuation project, the reborn DB4 GT Zagato, with the first body completed at its Aston Martin Works heritage divison.. New examples of the race-bred 1960s model, of which just 19 were ever built, are being meticulously constructed at the heritage headquarters in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire The 1958 Aston Martin DB4 was the first year of this grand tourer, which lasted until 1963. The DB4 was a new version of the DB Mark III but with a fully new body. The design of the DB4 went onto form the basis for other later classics, including the DB4 GT Zagato and the Lagonda Rapide. At the end of the DB4's reign, the Aston Martin DB5. . With a combined volume of just 100 examples in total, these cars have fetched over £1m at auction Aston Martin and Zagato have again joined forces to create the new DBZ Centenary Collection, which includes a track-only Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato Continuation and a road-legal DBS GT Zagato. Only 19 examples of each car will be built, and they will be sold only in pairs The Aston Martin DB4 launched in 1958 as a development of the DB Mark III. It featured a lightweight superleggera tubular body created by Italian design house Carrozzeria Touring. It was to be the Aston to fight back against the rise of new powerful European rivals, something it did initially with a 240-horsepower 3.7-liter straight-six engine
Iconic DB4 G.T. brought back to life by Aston Martin Works Cars will be built at Newport Pagnell - home of the original DB4 G.T. Strictly limited to 25 track-only cars Newport Pagnell production re-starts after 10 years Newport Pagnell: One of Aston Martin's most iconic models - the DB4 G.T. - i The Aston Martin DB4 Zagato is an Aston Martin legend, with the design highlighted as one of the most beautiful cars the British marque has ever made. Today they change hands for millions of dollars, and Aston Martin has even decided to produce 19 recreation cars for those with the cash Aston Martin stunned the world when it unveiled the all new DB4 at the 1958 London Motor Show. Demand was strong for this sleek, Italian styled GT but production couldn't be hurried. The DB4 was the first Aston Martin to be fully manufactured in the former Salmons (and Tickfords) Coachbuilding Works in the Buckinghamshire town of Newport. From a collaboration that stretches back over five decades, the creation of Vanquish Zagato once again paired Aston Martin's acclaimed dynamic and material qualities with the prestigious Italian design-house Zagato, showcasing the very best of Aston Martin's spectacular sporting ability and.
The Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato was introduced in October 1960 at the London Motor Show. It was effectively a DB4 GT, lightened and improved by the Zagato factory in Italy, by Ercole Spada. Initially the factory had plans to produce 25 cars, but demand was not as strong as expected and production ceased at the 20th unit There will be only 25, they cost $2 million and aren't street legal, but there's no better way to make like you're Stirling Moss on a track. Read about the Aston Martin DB4 GT Continuation and see.