Say Hello To The First Aston Martin Vantage V12 Zagato Heritage Twins

Derived from the original 2011 Aston Martin Vantage V12 Zagato Coupe, both cars have evolved from the initial design, with new elements such as the splitter, front wings, sleeker tail, and active aero. “The essence of this project was to create a perfect ‘garage,’ comprising two desirable and collectible cars, Coupe and Roadster,” said Andrea Zagato. Owners can option their cars as a matching pair or individual designs, working with designers to personalize every last detail.Under the hood, the 5.9-liter V12 engine now produces 600 horsepower, 85 hp more than the original car had. R-Reforged engineers added a performance aluminum air intake and titanium exhaust, improving the V12’s already stellar soundtrack.Each car takes a team of 12 craftspeople 16 weeks to assemble. With details like a ‘visual carbon’ weave finish option that takes over 400 hours to complete, it’s not difficult to see why it takes so long to build one.