Aston Martin One-77 going under the hammer at Goodwood
Expected to fetch over $2-million
Aston Martin One-77 is one of the most exclusive vehicles the Gaydon-based automaker has ever made. Now one of the seventy seven examples is going to auction at the Goodwood Festival of Speed Sale where it is expected to fetch well in excess of what it originally cost.
In fact, this one-owner left-hand drive example is one of only seven Q-Series Special Edition models whose main differentiating factor were the unique available paint options and trim combinations.
All One-77s featured a full carbon fiber monocoque chassis, handcrafted aluminum body panels (they say each front wing takes one craftsman three weeks to fashion) and a 7.3-liter V12 engine that makes 750 hp - this made it the most powerful naturally aspirated engine in road car back when it was new, making light work of the car’s 1,630 kg / 3,594 lb mass.
Aston said it could sprint to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds, to 160 km/h in 6.9 seconds and on to a top speed of 220.007 mph or around 354.07 km/h.
This particular example is finished in Morning Frost White matched to a Kestrel Tan interior and features optional 10-spoke wheels, red brake calipers and an upgraded Bang & Olufsen Beosound audio system, and according to its sale ad it was recently fully serviced.
Originally, the One-77 cost from around $1.5-million and this one is expected to go for around $2.25-million when it goes under the hammer on July 13, according to Bonhams.