This dapper ride is based on the DB7 Vantage and is rebuilt on a carbon fiber DB4 Zagato shell. It has a 93″ wheelbase and a new V12 motor that would make James Bond jealous. The company that designed and built this car is the UK’s Evanta Motor Co. and has this to say about the car:
The Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato was launched in 1960. Using the existing floorpan of a standard DB4, the car was shortened to a 93″ wheelbase and handed to the Italian coachbuilder “Zagato” to improve the performance and shroud it in a beautiful aluminium body shell. Due to the lack of popularity and the price at the time, only 19 original cars were made. These cars are now priceless with estimated values between £3 – £4 milllion. Two “Works” cars were made for Aston Martin, recognisable by their number plates 1VEV and 2VEV. Both cars competed in the 1961 Le Mans 24hrs. All the cars were hand-made, no two DB4 GT Zagato’s were the same. We have been inspired by the beauty and lines of what is considered the best of the 19 cars and we can tailor any element of the build to suit individual tastes.