Complete concept car features full interior and powertrain
26 April 2009

These are the first pictures of the complete Aston Martin One-77 concept car.

The £1.2 million One-77 supercar was unveiled at the Concorso d’Eleganza event held at the Grand Hotel Villa d’Este on the shores of Lake Como, Italy.

Despite being finished just two days before the event, the One-77 won the Concorso d’Eleganza Design Award for Concept Cars and Prototypes, beating opposition from eight other cars.

Unlike previous Aston concept models displayed at the Paris and Geneva motor shows, this concept car is complete, including the interior and a running powertrain.

Styling touches include the slashed-look air intakes in the front wing and a big grille, with clear influences drawn from classic Astons. At the rear is a big race car diffuser and slender rear lights, with an unusual strip connecting each side.

The interior features dual-tone colours, plus electric white racing seats. The centre console features leather and curved controls for the radio, sat-nav and air-conditioning system. The inner parts of the doors are made from a mixture of carbonfibre and leather.

The One-77 is due to go on sale next year, although Aston has said all 77 planned for production are already sold.

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