The two-seater sports coupe will be available in either left or right hand drive format, it will boast an aluminium chassis and carbon fibre body structure that will keep the overall weight of the car down to around 1500kg.
[UPDATE 10.02.2008] Aston Martin have confirmed in a press release that the Project One-77 powered by a new Aston Martin 7.3 litre V12 engine producing 700bhp and a top speed in excess of 200mph. Deliveries expected to commence in the fourth quarter of 2009.
A teaser image and first details were released a couple of months ago of a new Aston Martin supercar that will be called, one-77. As the name suggests, it will be produced in a limited production run of just 77 units with the first deliveries towards the end of next year.
Further details and images have now been unearthed by Dutch site 925.nl which confirms the model will carry an astronomical price of £1,050,000 excluding taxes. The two-seater sports coupe will be available in either left or right hand drive. It will boast an aluminium body with carbon fibre extrusions that will keep the overall weight of the car down to around 1500kg.
The naturally aspirated front-mid mounted engine will possess a displacement of 7.0 liters backed up with a total of 12 cylinders, power outage is reported to be in the region of 710hp and 750Nm(553lb-ft) of torque. It is mated to a 6 speed automated manual transmission that features an Auto Shift Manual/Select Shift Manual (ASM/SSM) electro-hydraulic control system.
Aston Martin will enhance the overall performance of the one-77 with a carbon ceramic braking system and a height adjustable suspension that will work in tandem with the dynamic stability control system.