With only 77 (or maybe 76) examples of the Aston Martin One-77 on the earth, the only thing rarer than the car itself are reviews or test drives of it. Evo Magazine, however, recently had the opportunity to slide behind the wheel of the limited-production Aston Martin supercar. In what it claims to be a world-exclusive, Evo not only got to drive the One-77, but it did so along some incredible roads in North Wales.

Coming in at a cool $1.87 million, we're happy to hear that the car drives as well as it looks. The video does a great job of providing plenty of in-depth information on the car as well as some killer driving shots that really let us hear the car's exhaust note. Considering that we usually only see this car gleaming under the lights of an auto show, the best part of the video might, in fact, be the closing shots showing the sea foam green, super exotic covered in road grime.

If you get jealous easily, you might want to skip this video, but everyone else should check it out below.


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      v6sonoma
      • 1 Year Ago
      Did anyone else start to twitch when they saw the dirt on the window? lol
      Snark McGee
      • 1 Year Ago
      dat engine sound wow
      JDochev
      • 1 Year Ago
      Too much flaring and layered design going on methinks. But that sound and that interior and that butt are too good to be true! Damn sexy beast
      nettsu
      • 1 Year Ago
      I love that they got it dirty! Seriously one of the best looking hypercars ever!
      beckham07
      • 1 Year Ago
      Megafactories Aston Martin One 77 National Geographics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5PI2nbmP1c
      likeaboss1234boss
      • 1 Year Ago
      imo one of the best looking cars its a stunning piece of art if i owned this car i would stare at it all day in my dream garage it fits in so well :D
      Klep
      • 1 Year Ago
      The most amazing thing about the engine's noise is that it really is stunning at any RPM. Mean snarl builds to a snorty yell that continues into an orgasmic wail. Many engines sound great at a certain rev range but very few can sound awesome throughout a gear.
      jonnybimmer
      • 1 Year Ago
      Amazing car. I just love how this was very clearly a no-compromise build and as a sucker of little, techy details, this thing hits all the right marks for me. Glad someone was finally able to do a video review of it, especially someone with good production quality like Evo.
        Ashton
        • 1 Year Ago
        @jonnybimmer
        Compromises are made in everything that has ever been built. For instance, this car is all about performance, not luxury.
      autoblogfan
      • 1 Year Ago
      WANT! *Drool*
      Matthew Dawson
      • 1 Year Ago
      "Among the first" being the operative phrase. Top Gear Magazine reviewed this back in October: http://www.topgear.com/uk/photos/Top-Gear-drives-the-Aston-One-77-2012-09-13 And according to the author, the transmission is awful compared to the rest of the car and really lets it down. The One-77 seems more like a limited production concept car where they had to throw it all together on the cheap on a short deadline. All that aside, I wouldn't exactly turn one down. After all, just about every Aston has had something that is a bit crap about it, that's what you expect. But it's okay, because it's an Aston Martin.
        Robert H
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Matthew Dawson
        Sho nuff. They drove it in Dubai, where a dealer has two of 'em. I've seen both together, parked in front of the Dubai Mall (where I've also seen a Veyron, Enzo, F12 berlinetta, all sorts of customized Lambos, Merc-McLarens, etc).
        QCRamAir
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Matthew Dawson
        His review on the transmission wasn't necessarily that it was awful altogether, but more or less that it's just a dog when left in "auto" mode, but comes into its own when driven manually. I had the same experience with a first-gen Gallardo with e-gear. In "automatic" mode, the transmission was just a mess; jerky as hell at low-throttle driving/lower speeds and a bit confused on how quickly or slowly to down- and up-shift to the next gear. In manual mode, it was FAR more responsive.
      SKINNYwithNOfood
      • 1 Year Ago
      I don't know why but this car gives off a Romulan vibe to me.
      Ron
      • 1 Year Ago
      Do want... soooo bad.
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