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$1.9-Million Aston Martin One-77 is Now On The Road

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On: Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 6:41PM | By: Chris Weiss


$1.9-Million Aston Martin One-77 is Now On The Road

We knew Aston Martin's distinctive, super-expensive supercar was coming this year, and now that it's been spotted out on the road, it looks like Aston has begun deliveries. A black One-77 was spotted in front of the Hotel de Paris in the center of Monte Carlo. And a casual spy took pictures to prove it.

Uncharacteristically, Aston didn't mark the first delivery with a press release of any kind, but given that the car was spotted far away from Gaydon, without manufacturer plates, it appears to be the first delivered model.

The One-77 is Aston's most exclusive, expensive, and highest performing car ever. It pushes 750 horses out of a naturally aspirated 7.3 liter V12. Not only does that make it Aston's most powerful car, but it has given the One-77 the designation of "most powerful naturally aspirated car in the world." That designation doesn't just look nice in word form, it equates to all-out performance: 0 to 62 mph in 3.5 seconds and a 220 mph top speed (220.007 mph, if you want to believe Aston's PR folks). Those numbers are still unofficial, but give a good indication of what the One-77 can do.

Though it looks like One-77 deliveries have officially begun, don't expect to see one anytime soon. Only 77 examples will be built, and at a price of $1.87 million, it'll take more than an average Joe Millionaire to afford one.

According to an Aston Martin announcement in December, 60 of the 77 models were already sold at the time. Aston will continue production throughout the year, with #77 expected to be delivered before year-end.




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Johnny V | 8:17AM (Sat, Feb 5, 2011)

Thats one big motor



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