Aston Martin previews the Zagato DBS GT prior to its production in 2020. The Aston Martin Zagato DBS GT is a step up of the DB4 GT Zagato and together, the pair marks the DBZ Centenary Collection. Only 19 units will be produced and the estimated price is targeted at 6 million pounds.

As the next evolution of the Zagato, based on the DBS Superleggera, the Zagato DBS GT is inspired by the voluptuous shapes that previously dressed the original DB4 GT Zagato, At the car’s front, a newly created and unique “dynamic” grille allows the car’s frontal area to transform its appearance. When stationary, each of the 108-individual diamond-shaped carbon fiber pieces remain flush with the car’s beautiful formed exterior.

The magic happens when you start-up the DBS GT; Aston Martin claims the supercar will appear to flutter into life, as each piece opens to allow the car’s twin-turbo V12 to breathe.

While the front end will be intricately finished, Aston Martin’s design studio have utilised a camera-operated rear view central mirror, to accommodate the previously shown full length carbon fiber roof. The preview pictures showcase the final design for this large, single piece of

carbon fiber covering where the rear windscreen would typically be placed. A clean and simple roofline is added to exude a dome-like silhouette.

DBS GT Zagato is set for production in 2020, joining each of the 19 DB4 GT Zagato cars set to be created at Aston Martin Works this year.