After 100 Years of Classic Cars, Andrea Zagato Is Ready for 100 More

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By Josh Sims Andrea Zagato was introduced to the idea of joining the family firm at an early age. Each day he was chauffeured to school in an Alfa Romeo 2.6 presidential limousine, driven by his grandfather on the way to work. He resisted at first, having every intention of becoming a veterinarian. “But curiosity more about my father [than cars] took me to the company,” Zagato tells InsideHook, “and I actually started really loving it when I realized how unique Zagato is.” Those schooled in premium European carmakers may know the Zagato name more by default. As a coachbuilder that marked its c…

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