This $ 11 million Aston Martin doesn’t have a rear window...

This $ 11 million Aston Martin doesn’t have a rear window...
This $ 11 million Aston Martin doesn’t have a rear window...
When you buy an Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato, you get a wild exaggeration of Aston Martin design language with a crazy active grille with 108 moving parts and a carbon fiber roof that completely replaces the rear window. Oh, and Aston will be throwing in a DB4 GT Zagato sequel car as part of the deal.

This article has been updated since its original publication.

Zagato took the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera and done wonderful things. The most incredible thing about this latest Zagato design is that there is literally no rear view. Instead of a rear window made of glass, Plexiglas, plastic or anything that human eyes can see through, there is a single roof section made of solid carbon fiber that extends from the windshield to the rear of the car.

If you need to look behind you, Zagato kindly built in a rear view camera that connects to a digital rearview mirror. After all, it’s 2019. Only poor people need transparent surfaces.

The pictures don’t really tell you that the DBS GT comes with an active grille like the one you’ll find on many new cars that adjusts the aerodynamic profile of the front of the car to either make it more economical or open up for a better one Power.

Except for the DBS GT, there are 108 diamond-shaped carbon fiber parts that lie flat when the car is switched off, but “flutter” when the car is started, in order to refuel the 5.2-liter twin-turbo V12 with air. The DB4 GT sequel receives a 283 kW in-line six-cylinder and a four-speed manual transmission.

Gizmodo reached out to Aston Martin for video evidence of this fluttering grille, mainly because it sounds cool, but also because they inexplicably have not posted anything showing this feature in action and will be updated when we have more .

If you’re a wealthy person with too much money and something for Aston Martins who hates turning your head, don’t read this. For everyone else, there are only 19 of the new DBS GT Zagatos to match the 19 “new” DB4 GT Zagato continuation vehicles. The DB4 GTs will be delivered this year, the DBS GTs next year. The two cost £ 6 million as a pair, which is roughly $ 10,800,000.

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