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Click above to view the Aston Martin One-77 in our gallery

Selling million-dollar supercars isn't as easy as it used to be. While Lamborghini quickly offloaded its small run of seven-figure Reventons and Bugatti has gone through the bulk of its Veyron production, Aston Martin may be finding it a bit more difficult to separate the obscenely wealthy from their millions.

The One-77 is the big-ticket supercar in question, to be built in a limited run of 77 examples, with only six headed to the US, five staying in the UK and the remaining 66 ending up in the Emirates dispersing around the world. Previous reports circulating the interwebs suggested that the entire production run sold out almost immediately – before the car was even fully unveiled – but those reports may have been misleading. Although 100 potential customers reportedly expressed interest in acquiring the uber-supercar, the order books have apparently yet to be filled with buyers who've plunked down the £200k desposit. But even in this economy, they're bound to sell out soon, so if you've got the cash to spare, you'd better act fast. Like, 700-horsepower supercar fast.



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      • 6 Years Ago
      If you pay $1000000 you expect exclusivity. This car offers none.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I'm sorry but the front end/head-lamps look like this car is shedding tears.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Again with Aston Martin, my FAVORITE manufacturer.
      Would I put down THAT much money for this car? No.

      I don't know how the actual car will look like, and if it looks the same, that grille is horrible. It's just too border line between flashy car and elegant car to know which one it's suppose to be.

      The Reventon was crazy cool. The Bugatti is very elegant but you know there's power just by looking at it.

      The One-77 just looks like an alien, and I don't even know what that means.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Still can't afford it. But, thanks for the info.
      • 6 Years Ago
      The car looks like it's crying. Plus the side vents look trailer park-ish.
      • 6 Years Ago
      My friend put it best when he came to visit.

      He said "Qatar is the only country in the world that when you drive a BMW, Merc, or even a Bently, that you feel like you're crap. What's with all the Ferraris and Buggattis??"
      • 6 Years Ago
      That car has awesome proportions, however, I do think some of the vents and creases make it look a little weird and not as classy as a DB9, which is the prettiest Aston (and really, any car).
      • 6 Years Ago
      i don't know if i'd put out $1mill for this one

      the Reventon looked like the million bucks, this one is a DB9 with a body kit from asia and a pumper up motor.

      styling just does not have enough differentiation
        • 6 Years Ago
        and the Reventón is just a Murciélago with more 10hp and a F-22 Raptor inspired Body...

        Trust me, I'm a Lamborghini fan!
        • 6 Years Ago
        I thought the same thing . . . maybe it looks $500,000 better when you remove the black-out off the headlights and windows.

        But seriously, I have always liked the DBS better and now the V12 Vantage even moreso, so I'm not sure why anyone would spend the extra on this, there's no clear reason yet as to why this is marked up 750,000 more. Even if it is rare and looks like a good investment, in the future I think it will look like a disappointment for Aston Martin
        • 6 Years Ago
        exactly what i have been thinking, too, since this first debuted. don't see why it's not priced like the Vanquish was. a million bucks buys something that looks like a veyron, an f1, a zonda - something crazy. if they're gonna charge that much, they should at least make up for it in exclusivity by limiting production to, say, 1.