£1.2million hypercar enters its final stages of development at the Nürburgring
15 October 2010

The Aston Martin One-77 is pictured here in its final stages of development near the Nürburgring.

The One-77, just 77 of which will be made, costing in excess of £1.2million each, will be powered by the world's most powerful normally aspirated production engine, when deliveries start early next year. Its 7.3-litre, V12 poweprlant will be officially rated at 750bhp and 553lb ft.

See the latest spy pics of the Aston Martin One-77

The One-77 has already become the fastest production Aston ever, eclipsing the Vanquish by recording more than 220mph in testing; 0-60mph is expected to take around 3.5sec. Power is transferred to the road using a beefed-up paddle shift-only Graziano gearbox from the DBS.

Features include a carbonfibre monocoque chassis that helps keep the One-77’s weight down to around 1500kg; active aerodynamics also feature. The One-77 rides on 20-inch forged alloy wheels wearing Pirelli P-Zero Corsa tyres.

The company is said to have firm deposits for more than half of the production run, with "serious expressions of interest" that will cover more than the remainder.

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15 October 2010

Bigger car, even bigger engine, lots of carbon fibre, vulgar price, lots of carbon fibre , leather and chrome, time spent on Nurburgring. Its scripted like a straight to DVD summer movie...............nothing for future Astons!!!

God bless this company.

15 October 2010

a 750bhp aston. very environmentally friendly. prince charles would be proud.

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15 October 2010

Great car , hope they sell like hot cakes!!!

15 October 2010

[quote Autocar]553lb ft.[/quote]

Veyron Super Sport: 1106lbft spread from 3000 to 5000 rpm. In other words double what the Aston has.

Good night Aston Martin One-77.

15 October 2010

[quote The Special One][quote Autocar]553lb ft.[/quote]

Veyron Super Sport: 1106lbft spread from 3000 to 5000 rpm. In other words double what the Aston has.

Good night Aston Martin One-77.

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yes but the Veyron needs 4 turbos to produce that power. What part of "normally aspirated" dont you understand? It also costs £1.7m or in other words £500k more than the Aston.

16 October 2010

[quote Citytiger][quote The Special One][quote Autocar]553lb ft.[/quote]

Veyron Super Sport: 1106lbft spread from 3000 to 5000 rpm. In other words double what the Aston has.

Good night Aston Martin One-77.

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yes but the Veyron needs 4 turbos to produce that power. What part of "normally aspirated" dont you understand? It also costs £1.7m or in other words £500k more than the Aston.

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It's getting on for 400kg lighter than the Veyron too.

17 October 2010

Ye gods. 750 horses. They weren't kidding when they said "more than 700"...

That's exceeding Zonda R power. Not exactly Zonda R weight, but nowhere near Veyron weight either... and it's a hell of a lot prettier than both, in my opinion.

17 October 2010

Am I the only one who finds it mildly amusing that the somebody has gone to the trouble of pixilating the number plates in these pics? I suppose it's to protect the privacy of the owner - Aston Martin.

18 October 2010

Brilliant, I'm sure it will sell out even at £1.2 Million.

18 October 2010

Industry insiders tell me that, under a reciprocal agreement, Toyota will be bringing out their own version of the One-77 with the front end of an Avenis grafted onto it. You heard it here first.

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