Aston Martin and design outfit Zagato have confirmed a Frankfurt Motor Show debut next month for the production version of the special V12 Zagato supercar - although judging by these images, you'd be hard-pressed to spot the differences from the concept version.
Shown above, the V12 Zagato will roll out of the factory on smaller wheels, but externally little else will change.
In concept form, the Zagato is powered by Aston's 5.9 litre V12 engine - the same engine driving the V12 Vantage - producing 380kW and 570Nm of torque.
The Zagato is lighter than the 'regular' V12 Vantage however, giving it a 0-100km/h time of "under" 4.0 seconds - compared to the Vantage's 4.2 second sprint.
Aston has confirmed that it will build no more than 150 units of the Zagato, priced in Europe at around AU$515,000. Australian availability has been confirmed, although it is unclear if any orders have been taken.