The first public display of the complete Aston Martin One-77 concept was held this weekend at the Concorso d’Eleganza event on the shores of Lake Como, Italy. After the showcase at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show the development evolved into a complete and amazing supercar. AM unveiled the baby Aston at Grand Hotel Villa d’Este including a full running powertrain and interior design.

The One-77 is build-up around a full carbon fibre chassis and aluminium body. Under the bonnet you will find a 7.3 liter V12 engine with 700hp. 0-100km/h (62mph) is reached within 3,5 seconds. The new AM family member hits top speed at 330km/h.

The brand new interior got a similar unique treatment as the exterior. Dual-tone colors mixed with elegant dashboard lines ensure you get something special. The special white electric racing seats jump out and cannot be missed inside the cockpit. The central console has a mixture of leather and nicely curved controls for the radio, nav-system and airconditioning system. The inner parts of the doors are made of a mixture of carbon fibre and leather.

The One-77 will be produced in a limited series of 77 pieces. Production will hopefully start at the end of the summer. Pricing is unknown at this stage. We wouldn’t be surprised if the car already sold out.


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  1. It sure looks like a million pound car, and that’s the problem… it’s showing off… the essence british spirit is understatement, not that.

  2. I think that’s what being a million pound car is all about though, look at the Veyron. It’s not amazingly showy, in fact it sounds pretty lame next to a Lamborghini. However you know that it has more power and prestige than a Lambo ever could. The One-77 isn’t over the top (judging completely by the pictures) but it still looks classy. Perhaps that’s where the Reventon went wrong??


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