Aston Martin One-77 test mule spotted at Nurburgring

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The beautifully sleek and outrageously fast Aston Martin One-77 is making headlines again, and this time it is strutting its stuff on the famous Nurburgring track under a very promiscuous sounding name. “Dirty Shirly” was seen undergoing about 14 mysterious activities while taking a few laps around the track and it still looks as beautiful as when it was seen at the Silverstone track and on the streets of London. We simply can’t get enough of this car, and at a price of about $1.3 million and a limited quantity of 77, this is as close as we are going to get to one of them.

The same can’t be said, however, for a certain gentleman in the Middle East who, rumors suggest, has already purchased 10 copies of the supercar from Aston for a “bargain” $18.5 million. If these rumors are true then this chap will have 10 copies of the amazing supercar powered by the 6.0L V12 based off the engines found in the V12 Vanquish and the V12 Vantage . What makes the One-77 even more spectacular is that the engine has been modified to deliver over 700 horsepower. Aston has stated that this supercar was created with DTM series race cars in mind and these numbers absolutely show proof of that.

Source: PistonSpy

6 comments:

Honestly, I don’t like the face of this car and the color. However,learning the fact that its a sports car but its not a gas guzzler after all. And i bet only those freaking rich dude could afford to have this million dollar car.

Mazda RX-8 has 180hp/l, though I don’t know if you were including rotary engines.

i love that paint. this is beautiful. any word on it being N/A or boosted? a huge 700hp NA V12 in this body in this color is just too good to be true. also in the best corner on the track. awesome.

i love that paint. this is beautiful. any word on it being N/A or boosted? a huge 700hp NA V12 in this body in this color is just too good to be true. also in the best corner on the track. awesome.

So, this must be very fast as it seems.

So wha’s the record time for this car in Nurburgring?

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