Home / Social media / Cars / AGTZ Twin Tail is a superb Grand Tourer the world needs.


In a groundbreaking collaboration, La Squadra and Zagato are propelling the timeless art of coachbuilding into a thrilling new era. Emerging from the historic atelier in Milan, the AGTZ Twin Tail embodies a daring fusion of artistic flair and engineering prowess, seamlessly blending heritage with cutting-edge technology. Andrea Zagato, echoing the sentiments of his grandfather Ugo Zagato, the founder of Carrozzeria Zagato in 1919, emphasizes the importance of honouring automotive history while embracing the dawn of a new era. "In today's automotive landscape, there's a profound appreciation for the legendary cars of the past, particularly those from the 1950s and '60s," says Zagato. "It's essential to preserve and celebrate these iconic stories to inspire future generations to carve their own path in automotive history." The AGTZ Twin Tail pays homage to the storied legacy of the A220, a car that, while not achieving its intended glory on the racetrack, left a mark with its striking design. Through a bold act of transformation, the A220's chassis #1731 was sculpted into a shorter, more agile form, reigniting its racing spirit on shorter circuits and rally stages. Now, with the skilled craftsmanship of Zagato, this tenacious attitude finds new expression in the thoroughly modern GT car that is the AGTZ Twin Tail. This masterpiece breathes new life into the iconic A110 Berlinette, infusing it with theatrical flair and dynamic design. With only 19 meticulously crafted units available, each AGTZ Twin Tail represents a fusion of diverse talents and cultures, culminating in a dynamic automotive experience unlike any other.

Whether adorned with the graceful elegance of a longtail or the muscular stance of a shorttail, the AGTZ Twin Tail offers unparalleled versatility and exclusivity. Andrea Zagato, CEO of Zagato, explains the philosophy behind the project: "At Zagato, we've always strived to create Grand Touring cars that blend performance with elegance, allowing them to grace both the racetrack and the open road. With the AGTZ Twin Tail, we uphold this tradition by capturing the essence of the A220 shorttail while embracing modern design innovation."
Jakub Pietrzak, Founder of La Squadra, reflects on the evolving landscape of the automotive industry and the role of artisan coachbuilders in shaping its future. "As technology advances and competition intensifies, design becomes increasingly paramount," says Pietrzak. "With the AGTZ Twin Tail, we pay tribute to a legendary brand while charting a bold new course in automotive design." As the automotive renaissance unfolds, the AGTZ Twin Tail stands as a testament to the enduring legacy of craftsmanship and innovation. From the bustling streets of Tokyo to the historic shores of Lake Como, this masterpiece is poised to captivate enthusiasts and collectors alike, embodying the spirit of automotive excellence for generations to come.

Take a look at the YouTube video that shows the history and emotion behind this exclusive collaboration between well-known Italian coachbuilder Zagato and La Squarda that resulted in the AGZT Twin Tail - a bespoke Grand Tourer with classic lines and the best of modern underpinnings: AGTZ Twin Tail - The Story | La Squadra

Be sure to check out our YouTube channel here for more exciting and exclusive SXdrv content! And don't forget to smash that subscribe button!

Toyota Gazoo Racing SA's GR Cup series gets new cars and drivers for 2024.
Ford's 1,000+kW SuperVan 4.2 sets new Mount Panorama lap record. EVs don't play.
How much does it cost to be an F1 supporter wearing official merch?
The 2024 SA Car of the Year competition is almost upon us - here are your finalists.
Aston Martin's AMR24 Formula 1 car is looking rather good.
BMW's new Super Bowl ad has everyone talkin' like Walken.
The 2024 Red Bull GASGAS Tech3 livery is gonna look epic on track.
The new Volkswagen Golf 8.5R spotted in the wild - we like.
These new WRC-inspired special-edition GR Yaris are just about perfect.