Aston Martin One-77 costs $1.87M each, still 17 units left


The Aston Martin One-77 is probably the most expensive and rarest car ever produced by Aston Martin. Like the name says, Aston Martin only produced 77 units of this model in this lifetime, and that is it. So far, Aston Martin had sold 60 out of the 77 supercars at a staggering price of $1.87 million each. That’s a lot of mulah than anyone of us can make in our lifetime.

The Aston Martin One-77 is powered by a V12 engine producing 750 horsepower. Aston Martin claims that its V12 is most powerful naturally aspirated production engine in the world. The One-77 will 6-speed automated manual transmission and height-adjustable pushrod suspension coupled with dynamic stability control that are borrowed from the DB9. The Aston Martin One-77 features Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires wtih 255/35 ZR20 front and 335/30 ZR20 rear. Stopping power comes from the Carbon Ceramic Matrix brakes.

The bodywork of the Aston Martin One-77 is mainly made of carbon fibre and fitted with other aluminum components milled from solid blocks, which is why the One-77 so expensive. The light weight carbon fibre frame provides a curb weight of about 3,307 lb. As a result of light weight and big horsepower, the Aston Martin One-77 can launch from 0-60 mph in approximately 3.5 seconds with top speed of 220 mph.

Still want one? Well, there are about 17 Aston Martin One-77’s left at about $1.87 million each. That is if you got that kind of dough laying around.