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 |  Feb 11 2012, 9:00 AM


The final factory-built Aston Martin One-77 is available for sale and is one of five to eight One-77s that made it to the United States. The exotic One-77 only had a total production of just 77 units and could be yours for around $1,850,000.

Strangely enough though, despite it being the last One-77 to be produced, its actually not numbered as the last. Since the first and last vehicles of a numbered, limited run are often the most sought after, they were sold first leaving the actual last vehicle’s number a mystery.

The One-77 in its own rights is the ultimate supercar from the British automaker, packing a 7.3L V12 powerplant with 700-hp mated to a six-speed sequential transmission. It’s also built on a lightweight but strong carbon fiber monocoque. So if you’ve considering getting your hands one one of these collectibles, better act fast. The last one is surely not going to be available for long despite its extravagant price tag.

GALLERY: Aston Martin One-77

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 |  Jul 01 2010, 8:32 AM

Spy photographers have recently snapped several crystal clear shots of Aston Martin‘s new One-77 supercar testing at the Nürburgring. There’s not a lot new to see here as the car has already been shown several times already, but it certainly looks impressive in its copper paint scheme and black wheels.

It’s not clear if Aston is just doing some least-minute testing on the suspension, or perhaps its aiming to set a new production car record at the track. On paper the One-77 certainly has what it takes to set a lap record with a 750-hp 7.3-liter V12 engine, a completely carbon fiber chassis and an innovative suspension setup.

With just 77 models being built, however, all that performance will cost you. The list price for the wildest Aston ever made is roughly $1.7 million.

Check out our up-close gallery below or hit the link to see more shots of the One-77 on track at the Nürburgring.

GALLERY: Aston Martin One-77