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Mike Stevens | Sep, 08 2014 | 3 Comments

Famed styling house Zagato has unveiled the latest in an ongoing run of custom Aston Martin models, again based on the Virage.

Dubbed simply Virage Shooting Brake, this new fastback three-door wagon is a one-off special built for an unnamed European collector.

The final model in Zagato’s “Centennial” series, the Virage Shooting Brake follows last year’s DBS Coupe and DB9 Spider specials, built for American and Japanese collectors.

Although not shown here, the front-end styling of the new special clearly mirrors the DBS and DB9 customs, this time adding a sleek wagon roof to the rear.

Details on the Virage Shooting Brake are still to come, but power is likely provided again by Aston’s 6.0 litre V12 engine, producing 380kW.

The Virage Shooting Brake will premiere at the Chantilly Arts & Elegance show in France, coinciding with Zagato’s 95th anniversary.

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