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The Award-Winning Aston Martin Was Unique And Deserved The Praises

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Aston Martin, like other sportier car makers ones in a while, introduces machines that stand out like a sore thumb. The Aston Martin One-77 is a good example of a successful limited edition project.

Only 7 units of this exclusive sporty car were made, and there was even a more rare version named the Q-Series whose production was limited to only seven units. Of course, the latter was even more trendy but whichever you’d pick, you surely have a good machine in your possession.

This is an impressive machine that will coolly do 750 horses from its naturally-aspirated V12 engine. It will take quite a short time to hit the top 220 mph, given that it sprints from 0-62 mph in just a couple of seconds. The exclusivity if this machine is just impeccable and it’s few production numbers makes it even a better item.

At the time of its introduction back in 2008, this car was heralded for its ability to merge “advanced technology with stunning design.” Nothing gives a car enthusiast more pleasure than driving a unique car that combines amazing technology great road competence.

This The Aston Martin One-77 belongs to this class of car. It has won several awards over time including the Concorso d’Eleganza Design Award for Concept Cars and Prototypes. It was absolutely well deserved.

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