If you were waiting for those savings bonds to mature so you could get your hands on an Aston Martin One-77, we're afraid we have some unfortunate news for you: they're all gone.

According to the reports circulating the interwebs, all 77 examples of the range-topping, seven-figure Aston Martin supercar – complete with its specially-built 7.3-liter, 750-horsepower V12 engine – have been spoken for. That's after the last example was apparently sold since reports surfaced in February indicating there was still one left.

Don't worry too much, though, as Aston should still have a few examples of its new top-of-the-line model up for grabs. Production of the V12 Zagato is pegged at 150 units – barely more than twice that of the One-77 – with a sticker price of £330,000 – roughly half a million dollars, or a quarter the price of the One-77. Of course if you're hell-bent on spending over a million on a new supercar, there are some gentlemen in Modena and Molsheim who'd be glad to help you out.


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      Zach Mundy
      • 3 Years Ago
      77 x 2 = 154, 154 > 150 Just sayin'.
      chest rockwell
      • 3 Years Ago
      Didn't one guy/buyer commit to about a dozen of these?
      amac
      • 3 Years Ago
      I wonder how many of these cars will fall victim to tacky chrome and gold wraps.
        • 3 Years Ago
        @amac
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      dan1malk
      • 3 Years Ago
      The last one has been sold... ...Until the convertible version comes out... ...Then the 'S' model... ...Then the convertible version of the 'S' model... At least that's how these kinds of cars have been done before.
        Robin
        • 3 Years Ago
        @dan1malk
        Don't think so in this case. The One-77 is a very specialised design, I doubt they could make a drop-top even if they wanted to. It's a halo car that brings little profit but raises AML's profile as a luxury hypercar maker (as the Lagonda was supposed to do, but the One-77 is way better thought out and way more expensive). There is no benefit to AML to increase the production numbers, the value of this car is it's ultra-exclusivity unless some sheikh somewhere offers them $5 million for the "78th" model, which they produce hush-hush or something like that.
      Ihab
      • 3 Years Ago
      If you ever run out of any supercars production, like the Aston Martin mentioned above, just visit alainclass.com in Dubai. They have anything! and in this case, two One-77's for sale!
      Edward
      • 3 Years Ago
      Hey! What about my deposit?
      schattig84
      • 3 Years Ago
      Glad I'm not the only one that caught their math, lol
      • 3 Years Ago
      [blocked]
      OptimusPrimeRib
      • 3 Years Ago
      Am I the only person who forgot about this car?
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