With the exception of the recently revealed Aston Martin Vulcan, the One-77 is the craziest and most expensive car ever produced by the British marque. Restricted to just 77 units, examples very rarely pop up for sale. However, Al Ain Class Motors is currently offer the following white One-77 for sale.
A 2011 model, this Aston Martin One-77 has covered a mere 1000 km. It looks particularly special thanks to the white paint job which works perfectly with the flowing and sophisticated lines of the British supercar. The paint is then complemented with a set of twin five-spoke silver wheels while the rear is characterised by a carbon fibre diffuser.
Inside, this One-77 has been adorned with red and black leather across the seats. Meanwhile, red elements stretch alongside the transmission tunnel and up the centre console while red contrast stitching is found throughout, particularly on the sporty black leather steering wheel.
Powering the Aston One-77 is an exceptionally exotic naturally-aspirated 7.3-litre V12 engine delivering a total of 750 hp. At the time of the car’s unveiling, that made it the world’s most powerful naturally-aspirated production engine. It is capable of powering the car to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds as well as a top speed in excess of 350 km/h. By GtSp