British magazine Autocar is reporting the Bertone Jet 2+2 has strong chances of entering limited production series. The car was revealed earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show and at that point it was only a one-of-a-kind model for a special Bertone customer with probably some very deep pockets.
Now, it seems that the Jet 2+2 will reach production phase, albeit in a short quantity. Needless to say, it will come at an exorbitant price tag since it will be positioned as the flagship model part of Aston Martin’s current lineup.
If production will be limited to less than ten cars, most likely these vehicles will be manufactured by Bertone at the company’s headquarters near Turin. On the other hand, if production will exceed ten units then probably Aston Martin will have the sole responsibility of building the Bertone Jet 2+2 at their factory in Gaydon.
If it will be approved for production, chances are the car will be called Aston Martin Rapide Shooting Brake.