If you want one, you better be willing to wait a while.
There comes a time when every wealthy car enthusiast decides that they want to feel a bit more special than the typical supercar owner. Companies like Ferrari have opened special programs where the most loyal and well-off customers can order one-off creations based on existing models in the lineup. It isn't easy to get on the list for one of these cars, nor is it very affordable. Clearly this program has been working well for Ferrari, and Aston Martin has decided that it wants to build its own one-off models for its most exclusive customers.
Road and Track reports that Aston Martin will build just two of these cars per year and the next four slots have already been sold. That means that if you're one of these extremely wealthy individuals that wants a one-off Aston Martin, you'll have to wait until 2020. We've only seen a small handful of these Aston Martin one-offs, including the CC100 and the Vantage GT12 Roadster, which was revealed at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Aston Martin says that the price for one of these cars will start at around $2.6 million, but we wouldn't surprised if that number skyrockets as owners request unique options.
If we had the means, ordering one of these one-offs would be high on our bucket list. Unlike a car from a boutique manufacturer, these cars have a long production history and a built-in value that will likely rise over time. We had the chance to drive the one-off Ferrari SP275, and we were blown away by the craftsmanship that was put into the car. We are happy to hear that Aston Martin will be building more one-off cars, and we can't wait to see what the British company has in store.