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Two new images and more details about the limited edition Aston Martin One-77 have surfaced, providing us with a price, a handful of specs and some new views of the bespoke supercar.

Despite what the original teaser revealed, sources indicate that the One-77 will be packing a naturally aspirated 7.3-liter V12, as opposed to a 7.0-liter unit, putting out 700 hp and 553 lb.-ft. of torque. Power will be channeled through a rear, mid-mounted six-speed automated manual transmission, featuring Auto Shift Manual and Select Shift Manual (ASM/SSM), and controlled by an electro-hydraulic system.

The coupe will be available in left- or right-hand-drive, but seating will be limited to two. The exterior body panels will be made of handcrafted aluminum, while the monocoque body structure will be fashioned from carbon fiber. A deployable rear spoiler, adaptive suspension, carbon ceramic brakes and stability/traction control are all part of the package, and the One-77 is expected to tip the scales at just over 3,300 pounds.

A "Direct Customer Sales Contract" was supposedly leaked to 925.nl, which covers the details in all their fine-print glory, along with the price tag. One of 77 One-77s will set you back £1,050,000, excluding VAT and all the other taxes that go into the purchase. While Aston Martin isn't on the schedule for this week's Paris Motor Show, we're hoping to catch a glimpse of the new coupe in the City of Lights before it goes on sale towards the end of 2009.


[Sources: 925.nl and al-eds.com]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      under 3300lbs? thats the crazy part, arent astins usually boats?
      • 6 Years Ago
      I agree. Unfortunate likeness to Corvette, esp on Sides.
      Hopefully, the thing will look better in real life.

      Though I like the concept; I've been yelling at Aston to build an 'Enzo' for more than 2 years. At 700hp, I'm glad they're listening. The DBS's p/w isn't too shabby, either.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Looks like a z06 and the old Sting Ray. The design has lots of Vette design hints. Thats not a bad thing, I think Vettes are gorgeous.
        Except for this is an Aston and is overpriced.
        At least it should look Unique, instead of DBS+Z06+Stingray
      • 6 Years Ago
      Wow i didn't know my chin actually could touch the ground while I'm sitting on a chair... Hard to find words that could fittingly describe this unbelievably desireable vehicle
      • 6 Years Ago
      Kind of looks like a redesign Vanquish. Nice I guess.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Stunning.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I wish I was rich so my toys wouldn't depreciate.

      • 6 Years Ago
      Ian Callum should've had a hand in this. It looks like Mansory got a hold of it, and after the hype, I must say, I'm quite disappointed. I suppose that is the great thing about the DB9. It's such a gorgeous vehicle it's difficult to improve upon it in an $800,000 way.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Stunning... But almost 2 million dollars?!
      • 6 Years Ago
      I find this vehicle amazing and absurd in equal measure. It certainly punches out quite a few superlatives, but I can't see James Bond ever driving one. For a start, it is a car that's guaranteed to draw attention. Secondly, Her Majesty's Government, already accused of profligacy when it comes to the blatant misuse of taxpayers money, would never allow such a car to be used by its spies, especially when this particular agent, 007, usually crashes his cars within seconds of the engine turning. In so many ways the latest BMW M3 is exactly what the DB-9 should have been - a V-8 GT sports car with room for four adults. I wish Aston would just build one car right instead of four very compromised but very attractive behemoths.
      • 6 Years Ago
      It is an Aston and it is beautiful, but is sure doesn't look to me like four to six times the car and the distinction of every other Aston model. Power ratings are not much more than the ZR1 Corvette. Fortunately, Aston doesn't give a rat's ass what I think--since I cannot afford even the least expensive Aston--and exclusivity alone will sell every last one for list price or more.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Aston Martins aren't built to be the fastest cars, or the most powerful. Aston Martins are built to be the best.
        If I had a million dollars....
        • 6 Years Ago
        I agree. I'd be happy with a DB9 sitting in my garage.

        And yet, I'm sure they'll sell every one of these limited runs for a huge markup.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Am I the only one who thinks it looks like the Chrysler Firepower Concept??
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