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Source: Aston Martin

When hearing something about a 7.3 L engine, the first thing coming into mind is usually: is that a Dodge? But it’s not. The Aston Martin One77 is one of the most incredible cars ever built. It combines a massivly powerful V12 engine with timeless design that would still suite a 2022 sports-car.

The One77 was limited to exactly 77 units. And that for good rason. Powered by a 760 hp, 7.3 L naturally-aspirated V12 monster, the car could reach an estimated top speed of over 350 km/h or 220 mph. Also it sprinted from 0-60 in only 3.5 s. And with a peak torque of 750 Nm the One77 was the most powerfull, naturally aspirated production car of it’s time.

Also worthy of mentioning is the design. It consosts of a carbon fibre monocoque chassis with a handcrafted aluminium body. The slick and clean shape of the car is so timeless, that it could be easily confused with a modern day concept car.

Quick Facts


Year

2011

Cylinders

12

Displacement

7312 ccm (446.2 ci)

Horsepower

760

Top Speed

355 km/h (221 mph)

0-60mph / 0-100kmh

3.5 s

Engine

Type

naturally aspirated V12

Position

front

Displacement

7312 ccm (446.2 ci)

Compression Ratio

10.9:1

Boost Pressure

/

max. RPM

/

max. Torque @RPM

750 Nm (554 ft lb) @5750

max. Horsepower @RPM

760 @6500

Valves/Cylinder

4

Valvecontrol

DOHC (variable valve timing)

Transmission

Drivetrain

RWD

Type

6-speed automated manual

Gear Ratios

/

Final Axel Ratio

3.538

Design

Seats

2

Doors

2

Length/Width/Height

4601/2204/1222 mm (181.1/86.8/48 in)

Weight 

1630 kg (3594 lbs)

Paint Options

/

Interior Colour Options

/

Interior Materials

leather

Cw value

0.39

Design by

Aston Martin

Performance

Top Speed

355 km/h (221 mph)

0-60mph / 0-100kmh

3.5 s

60-120mph / 100-200kmh

/

60-0mph / 100-0kmh

/

1/4 Mile

/

Price

New 

≈ 1,800,000 $

Used 

≈ 3,000,000 $

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