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Aston Martin Begins Production On Its Most Valuable Car So Far

Claudine Coletti
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Production has begun on Aston Martin’s most valuable new car to date—the DB4 GT Zagato Continuation model. Ten cars are now being constructed alongside each other at the Aston Martin Works in Newport Pagnell, with delivery to customers due to begin at the end of the year. Each car will take around 4,500 hours to complete.

Last September, Aston Martin announced that it was creating a new DBZ Century Collection in partnership with Zagato. The car company and the Italian design house worked together more than 60 years ago to produce the original DB4 GT Zagatos, which were built in 1958 to race against Ferrari. Only 19 were produced then. The new collection also includes a reproduction of the DBS GT Zagato.

In all the collection is valued at £6 million plus taxes. This latest continuation follows the success of the 25 DB4 GT Continuation models, which sold to collectors in 2017. The next continuation—the Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Edition—comes to market in 2020.  

“It’s a privilege for all of us here at Newport Pagnell, as part of the Aston Martin family, to work on these remarkable ‘new old’ cars,” said Paul Spires, President of Aston Martin Works.

Claudine Coletti is the Managing Editor for Forbes Middle East, focused on planning, writing and commissioning content to delve into the region’s most important sectors and analyze its key markets through the lens of Forbes Middle East’s unique style. Claudine excels at engaging with entrepreneurs and business leaders to uncover their journeys and tell their stories. She maintains an extensive business network, working with journalists from across the Gulf and building relationships with PR, industry experts and consultants.

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