Zagato's take on the Ferrari 575
13 April 2006

What do you do if Ferrari's 575 isn't quite rare enough for you? You commission legendary Italian styling house and coachbuilder Zagato to create your own version. And this is the result - the 575 GTZ.

Japanese car collector Yoshiyuki Hayashi wanted his 575 to emulate the style of the famous 250GTZ berlinetta. Zagato consulted Ferrari on the project, which uses two-tone paintwork as a main visual cue back to the sports cars of the 1950s.

The 575 GTZ features all-aluminium bodywork on top of regular 575 mechanicals. It is on show at the Villa D'Este Concours D'Elegance, at Cernobbio in Italy.

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