• Mar 12, 2009
Click above to view more images from the leaked Aston Martin One-77 document

Automakers will typically come up with fantastic, attention-grabbing interiors for their show cars that never make it down the road from concept to production. But in the case of the One-77 supercar, Aston Martin has revealed the car in stages, with sketches followed by a partially-blanketed show car at the Paris Motor Show and a full mock-up, joined by a bare chassis at the Geneva Motor Show. And yet we've still seen no interior, conceptual or otherwise. However, a leaked document from those busy beavers over at Aston Martin-Lagonda has been published by Dutch auto site 925.nl, including several renderings of the vehicle's cabin.

Of course, these are still just sketches, but if they weren't for the concept car, then they're likely bound for production, and they look pretty sharp. They should for a $1.5+ million supercar. Along with the interior images, the document also details some of the structural elements and aerodynamic features of the car, which our man Sam already posted on in detail following his walk-around technical briefing with program manager Chris Porritt on the Geneva show floor. Follow the link to read the full PDF, or click on the images in the gallery below to see the concept renderings. Thanks to all who tipped in.



[Source: 925.nl]


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      • 5 Years Ago
      Damn that interior looks a hell of a lot sweeter than the current Aston Martin. 77 people are going to be very pleased.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Looks Odd. But cool anyway.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I don't know about this... I always though Aston Martins were "gentlemanly" first and foremost. The One-77 isn't. Who knows... maybe this is the "new" Aston Martin.
      • 5 Years Ago
      why can't aston ever put nice looking steering wheels in their cars.