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Laced with shadowy images of details of the upcoming Aston Martin One-77, the company has released their second video teaser for the new supercar. Comparing it to the company's legendary limited production DB4GT Zagato, the One-77 is said to be the "Embodiment of Aston Martin." AM tell us it should feel like it's been tailored to the driver and that it has new technologies, exclusive components and handmade body panels. The talking heads call it a piece of art and then go on to describe how this piece of art will behave, with unbelievable performance, programmable control feedback and an exhaust note beyond compare. As we've reported before, only 77 examples will be built, all powered by a hand-built 7.0-liter V12 capable of pushing the carbon fiber beast from 0-60 in 3.5-seconds, with a top speed north of 200 mph. All for just £1 million... and it's already sold out. The full video is after the jump. Aston Martin promises the next video in January 2009.

[Source: Aston Martin]

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      • 6 Years Ago
      wtf. the video just autoplays. I was looking around the room to see what that noise was. Now I look like a fool.

      Although the One-77 looks nice, I see two easy styling cues picked up from the Corvette; the inlets right under the headlights scream Centennial Concept, and the side vents look like an elongated version of the ZR1's.

      Oh also, the vents on the inside crease of the hood remind me of the Invicta Concept. And the hood itself reminds me of a Saturn Sky and a GT-R.

      Don't get me wrong. It's a good looking car, though.
        • 6 Years Ago
        I think it's gorgeous and no matter what design elements may have been lifted from elsewhere, that grille shouts out loud, "I'm an Aston Martin".
      • 6 Years Ago
      Look, this is a great looking car -- no doubt about that -- and 0-60 in 3.5 seconds is pretty brutal...but this isn't worth $2,000,000. Why should I buy this over a Bugatti Veyron or a 599 GTB or an LP640? Because it's rare? Because it's 'unobtainable'? That's pretty weak. And that's all this car is riding on. Granted, I haven't driven it and the experience may very well be orgasmic...but I sort of doubt it. The people who bought these have the right to spend their money on whatever they like, but to buy something just because it's hideously expensive is pretty stupid.
      Just think, for $2,000,000...how many other amazing cars could you afford?
      -Bugatti Veyron: $1,400,000
      -Ferrari 599GTB: $315,000
      -Track-Ready Nissan GTR: +/- $200,000
      -Cadillac CTS-V: $59,995
      And you could spend the rest on 6-months of insurance...
        • 6 Years Ago
        There's something about an Aston Martin that transcends the raw numbers. The look, the sound, the feel, all these things are more important than track times when you're buying a car in this class. And, if you're going to spend 2 million on a car, you're not really thinking bang for buck.
      • 6 Years Ago
      whats the point for Aston Martin to produce these videos its not like there are any left to buy nor that these cars are easily available to the public
      • 6 Years Ago
      To be honest these videos are really boring and not inspiring at all.
      • 6 Years Ago
      The car is ugly. There is no music to the curves.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I just hope to see this car once in my lifetime... I love Aston Martins and hope to buy one myself down the road but this is just... amazing...
      • 6 Years Ago
      It's crying or it's mascara is running or something.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I REALLY don't appreciate that video just coming on. If I wanted to wake people up I would just turn on the tv.

      Don't do that again!