Anyone with a couple of million dollars to spare should make an investment of a lifetime and snap up the last remaining One-77 supercar.
As one of the rarest and most desirable cars in the world it seems a little odd that it's taken so long for the 77 cars to sell out. To be fair the car was almost completely sold out soon after the first limited edition beauty was delivered to a Monaco-based customer this time last year. However, one of these magnificent beasts, the likes of which will never be seen again from Aston Martin, remains unsold.
A pre-built example is up for sale for £1,150,000 according to Aston Martin Tampa Bay manager Mark J. Tillman who recently spoke with duPont Registry. The car is one of the 'five to eight' slotted for US showrooms, but don't expect it be branded as number 77. As you can imagine this and number 01 were the first to be snapped up as typically with exclusive builds the first and last become the most sought after and grow in value the quickest. To recap, the One-77 was built as an ultra-halo car and to be the most quintessential Aston Martin of all time.
As the most perfectly personalized car on the market, Aston keeps in constant contact with all of its One-77 customers. With a lightweight and extremely rigid carbon-fiber monocoque with double wishbones at each corner, an aluminum body, and a vehicle design many consider to be the finest in recent times, the agility and aesthetics of the One-77 has enormous power to match. This comes courtesy of a bespoke 7.3-liter V12, the most powerful naturally-aspirated engine in any production car in the world, which delivers 700hp to the rear wheels via a six-speed sequential transmission.