The Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato is a stunning grand tourer that harks back to generation upon generation of Italian-styled British sports cars, and last year Gaydon expanded the lineup to include the Speedster and Shooting Brake variants. Back then, the latter was only shown as a render, but now the company has revealed new images of the two-seater wagon that show the interior for the first time.

While still clearly based on the original coupé and Volante convertible on the outside, the Shooting Brake has an aesthetic all of its own. The low-slung glasshouse stretches all the way to the rear of the car, ending in a raked rear windscreen, while the trademark Zagato “double-bubble” roof is now finished in unpainted carbon fibre and features a glass inlay to let light into the cabin.

The rest of the Zagato’s design cues are still present and correct, of course, and include the characteristic full-width grille with a three-dimensional “Z” motif, deep side vents (here also betraying the carbon fibre construction) with accompanying strakes, prominent rear haunches and Vulcan-esque LED tail light “blades.” A set of intricate two-tone alloy wheels complete the stylish design.

Inside, the dashboard has been lifted straight out of the “regular” Vanquish – although that’s not necessarily a bad thing – with herringbone carbon fibre trim, anodised bronze air vents and controls and more “Z” motif quilting on the seats and door cards. It’s the boot that’s new here, and as you open the powered tailgate, you’ll find a carbon fibre-trimmed load bay with what looks like plenty of space for a trip to St. Moritz.

As with the rest of the Zagato family, the Shooting Brake is powered by Aston Martin’s venerable AM11 5.9 litre naturally-aspirated V12 from the Vanquish S, producing 600 PS. Drive is sent to the rear wheels via an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission, dubbed Touchtronic III. Like the coupé and Volante, just 99 units of the Shooting Brake will be made, and you can bet your bottom ringgit that they’d have all been sold out.