By make and model
Why am I even writing? If anything, it's just pulling your eyes away from this beauty.
This is the fifth collaboration between Britain's Aston Martin and Zagato, an Italian coachbuilder and design studio.
The taillights are a Zagato staple, but they borrow the "bladed" design from the Aston Martin Vulcan.
The bodywork is all new, and built from carbon fiber.
Massive body panels help cut down on unnecessary exterior seams.
It's also packing another Zagato staple, the "double bubble" roof that was originally used to make space for racing helmets.
It's just absolutely f&^%ing beautiful.
If you are anywhere near Lake Como this weekend, you need to go see this car in person.
You could even try to steal it if you wanted, since it's fully functional, with some 592 horsepower on tap.
We don't condone grand theft auto, though. Unless you're talking about the video game.