Behold: the Bertone Aston Martin Jet2 Shooting Brake – a one-off, commissioned by adventurer and vintage car buff Barry Weir in 2012.

Aston Martin has been producing ultra-low volume shooting brake versions of its cars, including the DB5, DB6 and Vantage since the 1960s. This model was created from a new DB9 delivered to Italy and expertly modified by Bertone, whose designers added a hatchback and a panorama roof seamlessly integrated with the lines of the original car.

Completely unique, the car also comes with the original tooling, allowing the buyer to produce more Jet2 shooting brakes should they wish.

Price on application.


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13 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

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    Doesn’t that have too many doors to be a shooting brake?

    Usually the difference between an estate and a shooting brake is that the latter has no rear passenger doors.

    It’s nice, though.

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