R-Reforged Starts Production Of Limited Aston Martin Vantage V12 Zagato Heritage Twins


R-Reforged’s bespoke Aston Martin V12 Zagato Heritage Twins models have entered the assembly process in Warwick, UK, with just 19 pairs (Coupe and Speedster) to be made available for a total of 38 units.

The Aston Martin V12 Zagato Heritage Twins come with unique carbon fiber coachwork, new bespoke interiors, as well as a number of powertrain and chassis upgrades.

For example, the naturally aspirated 5.9-liter V12 unit has been pushed to 600 HP (85 HP more than the original), with other novelties to include the LiPo battery, custom 19-inch forged wheels and the extensive use of carbon fiber.

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Owners can follow the assembly of their own V12 powered supercar either by visiting the Warwick plant, or through a dedicated online portal – the latter probably being the safer choice in these times. What’s interesting is that they can also talk to the people building their cars and learn more about the process.

Deliveries are said to kick off next year, when buyers will also receive a series of tailored gifts, such as the Zagato Leica binoculars and a curated carbon fiber box.

“Seeing a car that was your vision, transform from a CAD render to being brought to life by talented people is very exciting,” said Andrea Zagato. “These cars are a truly exceptional way to mark the unique centenary Zagato has achieved and are sure to be a momentous and collectible legacy in our history.”

Meanwhile, Zagato CEO Thomas Mayer went on to say that the “Aston Martin V12 Zagato Heritage TWINS by R-Reforged was the first automotive project we announced and to see the cars being assembled in our own expanded facility is a very proud moment for everyone here. “Despite a very turbulent and unpredictable world, we have created and brought on stream a new facility, capable of building beautiful and very finely engineered cars. That’s a statement of how serious R-Reforged is to become a respected creator of low volume and bespoke vehicles.”










Updated: November 23, 2020 — 4:34 pm

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