At the 2009 Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin removed the covers to reveal one of the most beautiful (and not to mention exclusive) super cars of the 21st century – the Aston Martin One-77. With only 77-units ever made, chances of owning the Aston Martin unicorn are close to nil.
However, if you really really want one, you can pop over to the Aston Martin dealership in Munich to buy one. An extremely clean example of a used One-77 can be yours for a whopping, 2.9 million Euros (approximately RM13 mil based on today’s exchange rate). That’s almost double the initial list price!
Handcrafted in Great Britain, the One-77 for sale is finished in white metallic and sits on silver wheels. The red brake calipers contrasts nicely with the car’s otherwise subtle colour palette.
On the inside, the left-hand-drive model comes with a black and maroon theme. The seats are finished in maroon leather mixed with chequered cloth. This unit is production number 67, and the chassis number is engraved to the body. Interesting to note that this is one of just eight left-hand-drive models, making this example even rarer.
Number 67 has only seen 1,800 km of tarmac. Guess the previous owner did not spend a lot of time hooning the 7.3-litre naturally aspirated V12 that produces 760 hp and 750 Nm of torque. With those figures, the One-77 is capable of a 3.7 seconds century sprint time all the way to a top speed of 354km/h.