The name stands for Formula Zagato '93, pointing to the year of it's debut and F1 insired nose. The unique design is also influenced by jet fighters and is signed by Ercole Spada, the creator of the famous Aston Martin DB4 Zagato. It features classic Zagato's double-bubble roof, even 'less bubble' this time. FZ93 is one of the very few coachbuilt cars which were repainted during it's life - at the begining the bodywork was covered in two-tone paint with a large black Prancing Horse on each side. There were also some minor differences in taillights. The vehicle built on a Swiss market model resided Zagato Milano collection until early 2011, when it was auctioned.