With ever tightening restrictions on emissions, supercar makers have been forced to get creative to adhere to the restrictions. But does a vehicle with no engine actually count?
Just because you're behind the wheel of a $1.7 million supercar doesn't mean you know how to drive it. Watch as the driver of this Aston Martin One-77 repeatedly stalling on the streets of Paris.
We've heard back from Aston Martin regarding "Dirty Shirley" being written on the side of the $1.7 million Aston Martin One-77 and someone chalking up 14 of them. No one was fired, apparently, and it's all a supplier's fault.
The Brits have announced the Aston Martin One-77's 7.3-liter V12 has been certified at 750-hp and 553.2 lb-ft of torque, which they claim makes it the most powerful regular-production naturally-aspirated engine... in the world. Hear it wail below.
The Aston Martin One-77 is one seriously lusty beast. But, since each of the 77 750HP, 7.3-liter V12-powered supercar cost $1.9 million, video is as close as most anyone will get. Well, video seemingly produced in the 1980s.
Not only did Aston’s new car win amongst prototypes at the Concorso d’Eleganza, it also managed to outclass the entire field with the sheer awesomeness of sound it could make.
Draped in a hand-crafted aluminum body, the real power of the Aston Martin One-77's under the hood, where engineers were told to take Aston's 6.0-liter engine to a power output of over 700 HP.