Here are some of Zagato's wildest designs

Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato
Surely one of the finest collaborations since the Chuckle Brothers burst onto our screens with Chucklevision.

It was in fact the first such collaboration between Aston Martin and Zagato, built at the dawn of the 1960s and easily one of the most pleasing shapes we’ve yet seen. The 3.7-litre straight six chucked out 314bhp, propelled the car to 96kph in just over six seconds and featured in just 19 cars.

Jim Clark and Roy Salvadori even drove a GT Zagato. That’s pedigree.