The AC 378 GT Zagato is a grand tourer made by AC Cars and designed by Zagato.
The AC 378 GT Zagato's design was done by Zagato, while the car was built in South Africa by Hi-Tech Automotive. In 2009, its design was previewed under the Perana Z-One name, but is now badged as an AC Cars product.
The 378 GT Zagato uses a 437 hp (326 kW) 6.2L V8 from the Chevrolet Camaro, with 430 ft·lb (583 N·m). The car is expected to do 0-60 in 4 seconds and hit a top speed of 185 mph (298 km/h).
The AC 378 GT Z was added to the game in the Car Mastery Update and made officially available for purchase on August 1, 2015. The AC 378 GT Z is a Class C car, with a starting rank of 1184, a MAX rank of 1418, and a MAX+PRO rank of 1556. The car receives +47 from Tuning Kits.
The AC 378 GT Z is a car that is heavily biased towards top speed at the expense of all other performance aspects. It is perhaps one of the slowest-accelerating Class C cars, also has a wide drifting radius a la Sbarro Alcador, and its nitro stat is the lowest and least efficient in the game. On the other hand, the AC 378 GT Z has the highest top speed stat of all Class C cars. It is capable of winning against the Felino cB7 and Lamborghini Miura on tracks where nitro efficiency and handling are not priorities (e.g. Barcelona, French Guiana). Given its low nitro efficiency of 10/15/20, the AC 378 GT Z is impractical for use on Tokyo (forwards track only). Due to the introduction of faster, better Class C cars, including the McLaren M14A, the AC 378 GT Z is a poor choice for most tracks and is only useful in TLE's when given as the best choice, although in most cases, the Miura is the best choice instead.
The AC 378 GT Z costs 400,000 to purchase and 1,063,600 to max out. The car can also be won for saving 40,000 in the Aston Martin One-77's Enduro Double Down event, the details of which can be found here. As of the Munich Update, it requires 30 of its Common Blueprints to be built.
The AC 378 GT Z's BP cards will be given as a Daily Bonus reward if the player logged in for all 30 days in November 2017.