In the landscape of Porto Ceresio, close to Lake of Lugano, Zagato unveiled the design of the first driving simulator specific for historic cars, called "Elio Z.", created on behalf of The Classic Car Trust, as part of the new "eClassic" project.
Andrea Zagato and Marella Rivolta first described and then drove the simulator, and then handed over the steering wheel to the limited group of guests invited.
The event was framed by a black Porsche 356 Carrera GTZ coupé and a flaming red Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato, which is part - together with the DBS Zagato - of the "The Pair" Collection created for the Centenary of the Milanese Atelier. "Elio Z." will then be presented to the public at the Bernina Gran Turismo race in St. Moritz and then at the scrutineering of the Mille Miglia 2020.
Credits photo: @ 2020 ARCHIVIO ZAGATO - Consiglio Manni