Aston Martin DB4
The DBS GT Zagato brings a new a 760-horsepower tune of Aston Martin's 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V-12.
Hammer and roll: Aston Martin offers look at DB4 GT Zagato continuation car production
Each of the 19 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato continuation cars takes around 4,500 hours to build.Viknesh Vijayenthiran
First of Aston Martin's DB4 GT Zagato continuation cars to be unveiled at 2019 Le Mans
Aston Martin is capitalizing on the classic car craze by building a run of DB4 GT Zagato continuation cars.Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Aston Martin celebrates 70 years of DB
For Aston Martin, the most important set of initials isn't AM. Nor is it JB. But rather the two letters "D" and "B." They belong to David Brown, who rescued the company from financial doom back in 1947. It's his initials that adorn Aston Martin cars to this day and the British brand is celebrating...Jeff Glucker
Aston Martin DB4 GT Continuation hits the test track
Old trends often fall out of style as the years go by, but the Aston Martin DB4 GT remains as stylish today as it was decades ago. In fact, Aston Martin will produce another 25 examples of the special variant of the sports car, and the new ones are appropriately called the DB4 GT Continuation...Sean Szymkowski
Aston Martin jumps into continuation game with 25 new DB4 GTs
A surge in the popularity of classic cars has seen the building of continuation models become quite a lucrative business for automakers. Continuation models are essentially modern examples of classic cars with VINs that carry on from the last original cars, creating an unbroken bloodline linking...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
If you’re not familiar with Icon 4x4, you probably should be. Perhaps best known for its stunning rebuilds of Toyota FJ Land Cruisers, Ford Broncos and early Jeep CJ models, Icon also builds rat-resto-rods under the “Derelict” name and true resto-rods under the “Reformers” brand. It’s the Reformers product line that will see the latest creation proposed by Icon: a re-interpretation of the Aston-Martin DB4 GT Zagato, styled by none other than Ercole Spada. As Autoblog (via Hooniverse) tells us, Spada was the styling chief at Zagato when the original car was...