The Aston Martin V12 Zagato will be more exclusive than initially planned, with the UK-based luxury sports car manufacturer confirming production of the limited edition model has been cut from 150 to 101. Aston Martin’s Marcel Fabris told CarAdvice the decision to slash production by one-third was not motivated by low demand for the 380kW Zagato sports car, but rather made based on the significant time taken to produce each vehicle as well as the desire to retain its exclusivity. “Given the hand-built nature of the V12 Zagato, the 2000 hours required to sculpt each car and our desire to ensure its exclusivity, we have taken the decision to limit the total build to 101 units worldwide,” Fabris said.
The Aston Martin V12 Zagato made its world premiere in May 2011 when it wowed crowds at the Villa D’Este Concours at Lake Como, Italy. It was revealed in production specification for the first time 10 months later at the 2012 Geneva Motor show in March.
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