Aston Martin One-77: 60 units sold and its only 17 more left

by Alex

Rumor was rife that the supercar named Aston Martin One-77 had been sold out completely. The news is not totally baseless though at the same time, it can’t be considered exactly true. Perhaps its the fact that the car is selling much better than was expected led to the rumor mill to churn out such a story. So the truth is, sixty one units of the Aston Martin One-77 models has been sold in less than a year and that too with each unit costing a staggering $1.87 million without tax, which is an incredibly high price. So its just seventeen units of the car are left to be sold out as of now.

There are those who dream and fantasy for such a car as the Aston Martin On-77. For them the company has also announced that there is the Aston Martin Cygnet which is a city car and can fit into the back of a yacht. Also, a good thing with the Aston Martin Cygnet is that this is one car that can be used on a daily basis.

Source: topspeed

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