When you buy a Mercedes AMG you don’t get a Toyota Prius as a free companion car. But, that’s exactly what happened six years ago with Aston Martin One-77. British automaker threw in a Cygnet city car in matching color to help the owner not only to reduce carbon footprint in city driving, but also to preserve the supercar. That was a good move by Aston Martin. One of rare 77s are now on sale for a whopping €2.96 million which converts to around $3.5 million today. Best part – it has only 1,800 km (1,118 miles) thanks to Cygnet.
Launched six years ago, One-77s were in so much demand they sold out in no time. At the time each unit had a starting price tag of $1.87 million. They are even rarer these days after one got wrecked in Hong Kong back in 2012.
For a well spent $3.35 million, you are guaranteed to get a supercar with a mighty 7.3-liter V-12 engine that can crank up 750 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque. Put the pedal to the metal it will give you a top speed of 220 mph. And it can go from zero to 62 in just 3.7 seconds.
Exteriors of the white two-door, two-seater feature among others a carbon fiber structure, handcrafted aluminum body panels and headlamps with integrated LED side lights, and direction indicators. Sporty interiors include leather trimmed steering wheels, lightweight memory seats, automatic climate controls and many more.
It’s time you have a little pow-wow with your financial advisor and the banker. Then call the seller of the rare One-77 supercar. Or is it One-76 now? By the way it is on sale in Aston Martin’s Munich showroom.
Source: Aston Martin