It's a complete one-off.
Back in 1961, Bertone rebodied an Aston DB4 GT and labeled it the Jet. In 2004 Bertone once again rebodied an Aston Martin - the previous Vanquish, in this case - and called it the Jet 2. And in 2013 it returned with the Jet 2+2, essentially an Aston Martin Rapide shooting brake. Think of it as a 470-horsepower Rapide with an extended roofline, angled tailgate and unique LED lighting strip.
The modified shape provides more headroom to the tight rear seats and adds some extra luggage space and, according to the Italian coachbuilder, has the perception of movement even when stationary. It’s a stunning one-off creation and these images show the rare Aston in the metal, caught in a parking lot in Boppard, Germany.