According to Aston Martin, 60 of the 77 supercars have been sold. Interestingly, most of the One-77 customers are also opting to buy the Toyota iQ-based Cygnet minicar, usually in a matching color. This was always Aston Martin’s intention for the minicar; owners would use the luxurious hatch for running around crowded urban environments and only drive their One-77s occasionally.
First deliveries of the One-77 are expected to start early in the new year.
In case you’ve forgotten, the car’s 7.3 liter V-12 engine, as part of the development process, has been certified at 750 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque. Drive is sent rearward via a new six-speed gearbox controlled with column-mounted paddles behind the steering wheel. The robotized sequential manual is a new generation of Aston Martin's familiar automatic.
For full details on the Aston Martin One-77, including its bespoke personalization program, check out our detailed report by clicking here.