Why am I even writing? If anything, it's just pulling your eyes away from this beauty.

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This is the fifth collaboration between Britain's Aston Martin and Zagato, an Italian coachbuilder and design studio.

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The taillights are a Zagato staple, but they borrow the "bladed" design from the Aston Martin Vulcan.

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The bodywork is all new, and built from carbon fiber.

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Massive body panels help cut down on unnecessary exterior seams.

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It's also packing another Zagato staple, the "double bubble" roof that was originally used to make space for racing helmets.

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It's just absolutely f&^%ing beautiful.

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If you are anywhere near Lake Como this weekend, you need to go see this car in person.

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You could even try to steal it if you wanted, since it's fully functional, with some 592 horsepower on tap.

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We don't condone grand theft auto, though. Unless you're talking about the video game.

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