Aston Martin Bringing the One-77 to the LA Auto Show

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The Aston Martin One-77 is making its way to the 2011 LA Auto Show for the first time ever.

Aston Martin Galpin is teaming up with the company of its namesake to bring the Aston Martin One-77 to the Los Angeles Auto Show next week. This will mark the first time that the pre-production supercar will be on display in LA. The endurance-tested development model has travelled over 14,000 miles and will differ slightly from the model that the British company will send into production. This One-77, however, took over 2,700 hours to hand-build.

It features a powerful naturally-aspirated 750hp 7.3-liter V12 that puts out 553lb-ft of torque. With only 77 units planned for this limited-run model, an ordered Aston Martin of this caliber will be built only once you place your request. The LA Auto Show begins November 18th and concludes on the 27th. Keep a look out for the Aston Martin One-77 if you are in the area, and if not stay tuned to CarBuzz as we will bring you the live photos once it is unveiled.

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