It's not the Milan Fashion Week, but rather a few design exercises that bring forward a rumored model - the Aston Martin DB11 Zagato.
Inspired by the Vanquish-based Zagato cars that debuted earlier this year, Aksyonov Nikita used his Photoshop skills to sketch the grand tourer in three separate flavors - coupe, cabriolet, and speedster.
All of them benefit from the same visual updates that separate the Vanquish Zagato from its regular siblings. These include the signature double-bubble roof, large grille with incorporated LED fog lamps, new front bumper, and a different lighting signature at the rear, in addition to other mods.
The British marque offers the DB11 in two distinct versions, mostly differentiated by what is found in the engine compartment: a 5.2-liter twin-turbo V12 rated at 608PS (600hp) and 700Nm (516lb-ft) of torque, and a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8, developed by AMG, which makes 510PS (503hp) and 675Nm (498lb-ft) of torque.
What this means is that if Aston decides to collaborate with Zagato to launch a distinct DB11 (or more), then they should decide on what engine works best in this case. We reckon that the internally developed V12 would suit it best, but then again, the AMG V8 continues to be praised in most reviews, so what's your choice?