Surprisingly, not all Aston Martin One-77s have found their owners. The first to be sold were number 1 and number 77 (the first and last units produced), as it always happens with gorgeous limited edition supercars. The other 74 units found their buyers pretty fast, leaving only one more example without an owner.
Mark J. Tillman, Aston Martin manager at Aston Martin Tampa Bay, has announced that the car is still waiting for someone rich to take it home, but he could not reveal the vehicle’s exact number, color, price, and options. However, interested customers should be ready to shell out some $2 million on it.
For those who don’t remember the exact specifications, the superb One-77 is built on a strong yet lightweight carbon fiber monocoque, and it sports a naturally-aspirated 7.3-liter V12 engine. It flaunts 750 horsepower and a maximum speed of 220 mph. The superb four-wheeled monster can fly from 0 to 60 mph in only 3.5 seconds. No wonder Tillman said that he doesn’t believe the car will remain long without a master!