Truth be told, it never occurred to us to imagine the Aston Martin One-77 in white – we're still digesting the deep black beast we'd recently come to know. Aston Martin has more time to play with the coupe than we do, and they decided to drape it in white for a supercar convoy celebrating the reopening of Silverstone's new grand prix circuit. To quote Kurupt and Cam'ron: "They done did it!" And it makes our eyes very, very happy to see... Click the link to for more pics of this One and the
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.
Prominently featured on the Aston Martin stand on the first day of this year's Geneva Motor show was the rolling chassis of the very first One-77 prototype. By day two it had been be removed and replaced by the unfortunate Lagonda concept. The chassis had to be returned to the UK so that the bodywork and interior could be added. This week, the finished car had its coming out party on the shores of Italy's Lake Como, home to the rich and famous.
Laced with shadowy images of details of the upcoming Aston Martin One-77, the company has released their second video teaser for the new supercar. Comparing it to the company's legendary limited production DB4GT Zagato, the One-77 is said to be the "Embodiment of Aston Martin." AM tell us it should feel like it's been tailored to the driver and that it has new technologies, exclusive components and handmade body panels. The talking heads call it a piece of art and then go on to describe how this