Joining the regular Coupe, drop-top Volante and two-seat Speedster, the Shooting Brake mainly features an extended roofline with a gloss black double bubble roof, an electric tailgate and a bespoke luggage set similar to that of the Volante.
Limited to just 99 examples worldwide in bringing the total number of Zagato models to 325, the Shooting Brake comes powered by same 6.0-litre badged 5.9-litre V12 engine as the Vanquish S, which delivers 444 kW and 630 Nm of torque. A six-speed Touchtronic 2 automatic gearbox is entrusted with sending power to the rear wheels.
Although no pricing has officially been confirmed, Britain's Autocar alleges that the Shooting Brake will retail for around £650 000 (R11 747 580) compared to the Coupe and Volante's sticker prices of £500 000 (R9 036 600), while the limited to 28 Speedster will set buyers back £1-million (R18 073 200). It has however been reported that all 325 units have already been snapped up.