Specialists in car styling, coach-building and manufacturing, the 100-year old Italian automobile company, Bertone, which has been working with the iconic British automaker Aston Martin from the last 60-years, will now unveil a one-off wagon like version of the
The Italian designer and coachmaker Bertone actually stretched the four-door luxury sedan to create a more luxurious and roomier cabin, along with additional cargo space.
Looking better than its predecessor, the Jet 2+2 impressively boasts a bespoke interior with luxury two-tone leather, a heightened and stretched rear quarter for more head and luggage room, and fold-flat rear seats.
Further, an LED strip connects the taillights across the wide tailgate.
Speaking about the Bertone’s collaboration with Aston Martin; it all started back in 1953 when Bertone produced two one-off vehicles based on the Aston Martin DB2/4: a 2+2 convertible and barchetta which was a two-seat roadster racecar.
Also, we have earlier seen some of the Bertone designed vehicles, including the one-off Bertone Spicup Concept car, the Alfa Romeo Bertone BAT 11 Concept, besides the sale of one-off 1960 Aston Martin DB4GT Bertone 'Jet' which was expected to realize upto $5.95 million and the sale of six iconic Bertone concepts at RM Auctions Villa d’Este.