Ecole’s Reputation

There appears to be some disagreement regarding the precise count of Aston Martin DB4  GT Zagato manufactured from 1960 to 1963, yet the consensus among most references is that the figure stands at 19.

Ercole Spada designed the Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato while working at Zagato when he was 22 years old.

Ercole joined Zagato in February 1960 and designed the DB4 GT Zagato shortly after, making it his first design for the company. 

The DB4 GT Zagato, this iconic car, became a cornerstone of automobile design and cemented Ercole’s reputation as a talented designer.

It was an amalgam of British engineering and Italian style.

The car was introduced at the 1960 London Motor Show.

Although initially designed as a Grand Tourer, it garnered success as a race car, competing against Ferrari and Alfa Romeo.

These legendary Zagato’s competed at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Targa Florio, confirming their performance and endurance.

Owning an Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato is a privilege reserved for a select few collectors due to its constrained availability.

The DB4 GT Zagato is of historical significance; its timeless Zagato design ensures its place as one of the most coveted collector’s cars in the history of the automobile.