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Aston Martin Super Sport Limited Edition


A few years ago, Aston Martin was busy creating an extremely special edition vehicle called the One-77 supercar . Fast forward to this year, and Aston Martin is at work again creating another special supercar that will be produced in an even more limited supply than the One-77. This time, they have enlisted the help of Star Electric Cars France to produce the Aston Martin Super Sport Limited Edition. The new model will be limited to only 8 units, each priced to € 7,500,000 (around $9,600,000 at the current exchange rates).

The Aston Martin Super Sport Limited Edition will be powered by a twin-turbocharged 5.4 liter V8 engine producing up to 950bhp. The engine is mated to a a six-speed manual transaxle, fully synchronized with an integral, torque-sensing, helical limited-slip differential.

This special edition will be offered with carbon fiber bodywork and Brembo or AP carbon ceramic brakes. The interior will be covered in leather, alcantara, and carbon fiber with Recaro seats topping it off.

Each of the eight units will be be painted in a different exterior paint with each color only being used once. This little detail certainly explains the limited number and extravagant price tag.

Source: GT Spirit


5 comments:

It looks like a Ferrari vehicle on that aggressiveness! Anyway, I must say that I’m really so surprised with this super sport vehicle of them! However, I think it will be more powerful if they use a V10 or V12 on this.

This is another big thing for aston martin and i don’t really think they’re going to get any buyers. but it is a HUGELY amazing car for aston martin to produce...

I wonder what the top speed is !!??

This is............nice.smiley smileysmileysmileysmileysmiley smiley.This still doesn’t make up for the Cygnet.Buuuuut it does make up for 99.999999999999999999999999% of it.Maybe I should look at the One-77 to fill the 0.0000000000000000000000001%(it would make up for 99% and will fill the gap.

What a marvelously beautiful car. smiley

Don’t quite know what to do or think, this is truly fantastic a 950 bhp aston could it get any better, well if it came from a v12 instead but cant have it all can you? On the other hand what a petty it will only be a limited production, because it means we will never see one of these cars on the streets or anywhere they aren’t bought as cars but collector items, it’s allright with the older cars but a new beast like this should be every were.

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