Zagato Is Actually Producing the Vision Concept It Designed for Gran Turismo

Unlike most Vision GT cars, which live only in the video game world, Zagato is planning on building three to five examples of the IsoRivolta.

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Zagato unveiled a new Vision supercar concept at the Tokyo Motor Show that will appear in the Gran Turismo Sport racing game. But unlike most Vision Gran Turismo cars—which never get produced—Zagato is actually planning on selling a few examples.

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The Vision IsoRivolta draws upon Zagato's 98-year history of building stunning sports and grand touring cars, using the company's signature design cues, such as the double bubble roof and dual rear humps. The open glass cabin, massive aero channels, and protruding front fenders give the IsoRivolta a seriously good look.

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Zagato says the virtual IsoRivolta featured in Gran Turismo Sport is built on a bespoke chassis, and uses a Callaway-designed 997-horsepower twin-turbo 6.2-liter Corvette V8, sending power to the rear wheels via a 10-speed sequential transmission. In game, the car weighs 2489 pounds, can reach 60 mph in 2.7 seconds, and has a top speed of 227 mph.

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As for what the real-life car has under the hood, Zagato has yet to say. What it has revealed, however, is that you can actually own one. The company has opened an ordering list for a limited production run of three to five units. Don't expect it to be cheap, though.

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