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What's better than a seven-figure supercar with 700 horsepower? How about a seven-figure roadster with 700 horsepower? Well, that may be a matter of personal opinion, but Aston Martin never shies away from the subject, churning out open-top versions of most of its range.
Along with the Rapide, Cygnet and the V12 Vantage (the eight-cylinder version available as a roadster), the One-77 is one of the only vehicles in Aston Martin's range that isn't available as a convertible. Not yet, at least. But that's the beauty of the digital age: anything you can imagine in your mind can be imagined on the internet. In this case, we have to thank one Theophilus Chin, the self-styled "automotive manipulator" who has rendered what an open-top One-77 Volante might look like. And to our eyes, it looks enticing. Agree or disagree? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.

[Source: Theophilus Chin via autoblog.it]


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      • 5 Years Ago
      it's an AM; it doesn't NEED anything but a home.
      • 5 Years Ago
      77 is overpticed ugliness
      • 5 Years Ago
      If it would not be difficult to stiffen the chassis then this would seem the next logical step in the 177 lineage.
      • 5 Years Ago
      BTW, I think these "Rendered Speculation" segments are really lame. Just my $0.02.
        • 5 Years Ago
        I mostly agree....some renderings (such as this one) are pretty logical editions of current designs and sort of serve as dream car visualizations, but more often than not it seems that the renderings are pulled from thin air. I remember a supposed rendering of a Porsche supercar that was horrific with design cues that were absolutely unfounded.

        And what's more annoying is when fanboys comment and criticize the renderings as though they came from the manufacturers' design studios.

        Now we're up to $0.04
      • 5 Years Ago
      Don't much care for it, but that's [much] more Aston's fault than Theophilus's...
      • 5 Years Ago
      Wooo! Take your top off!
      • 5 Years Ago
      This might be heresy, but I honestly do not like those "grills" at the front of that car (the ones by the lights). I think it totally ruins the look which is a shame because A-Ms are usually such gorgeous cars.

      Being that this is just speculation, I hope it's not accurate.