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Aston Martin has pulled back the sheets on the first images of its production V12 Zagato. The road car is headed for an official debut at this year's Geneva Motor Show in March.

Following in the tradition of the automaker's ultra exclusive One-77, the V12 Zagato will take more than 2,000 man-hours to manufacture thanks to hand-hewn body panels, including the hood, roof and doors. Not surprisingly, Aston Martin has committed to building just 150 examples. The V12 Zagato will also make extensive use of carbon fiber, with the front and rear fenders, trunk lid and door sills all constructed from the composite.

Aston Martin created four new colors especially for the V12 Zagato, and paint alone takes 100 hours to complete. Indoors, it takes a full seven hides to cover the cabin in hand-stitched, quilted leather.

The V12 Zagato effectively rides on the same underpinnings as the V12 Vantage, which means buyers can look forward to a 6.0-liter V12 engine with 510 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque, while a six-speed manual transmission puts the power to the ground. Hit the jump for the full press release.Continue reading Aston Martin debuts production V12 Zagato

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i would have sex with that car.
 

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maybe, but they sure dont know how to extract power from V12's like ferrari or lambo does
Aston One-77 V12 has 750 hp, which is more than any Ferrari or Lambo that I know of.
 

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^^ hahahaa. holy jesus it's a twin

although somehow i find the aston martin absolutely gorgeous and the gtr not soo much. I can't figure it out but there's just a difference. the shapes/dimensions are almost identical looking, but the curves and angles on the aston are worlds better.
 

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i believe wind tunnels are going to be designing most cars basic shape
 
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