Aston Martin One-77, the perfect is the right word for this car because in addition to having a sporty exterior design of this car also has a luxury interior design, besides Martin One-77 is suitable for people who like the world of racing because the car is stable at speed high. The Aston Martin One-77 won the Concorso d’Eleganza Design Award for Concept Cars and Prototypes on the shores of Lake Como, Italy. Following the Geneva Auto Salon in March, when the illustration technique was first shown, the rolling chassis has already been fulfilled by the hand.
Dr. Ulrich Bez, Chief Executive of Aston Martin said “The Aston Martin One-77 is approaching a production reality and of course, there is considerable excitement in the project,” and “Now the next steps are all about details and refinement to complete the composition. I know the final car will demonstrate what the Aston Martin team is capable of.”
Consequently the Aston Martin One-77’s structural core is a lightweight and immensely rigid carbon fibre monocoque. Conceived and designed at Aston Martin’s Gaydon HQ, the monocoque, or ‘tub’, has been built in partnership with Multimatic (MTC). As world leaders in carbon composite technology, advanced vehicle analysis and dynamic simulation, MTC brings unrivalled specialist capabilities to the exacting challenge of the One-77 programme.
Employing the classic formula of double wishbones at each corner, the aston martin One-77 features inboard suspension front and rear, with pushrods employed to transfer vertical suspension movements to the horizontally mounted spring/damper units. A practice taken directly from racing car design, the main advantages of inboard suspension are a reduction in unsprung weight and the ability to package the suspension components more effectively.
Like Lambo’s Reventon, however, the Aston Martin One-77 will be very, very rare (only 77 are planned). Prodigious power and torque—some 700 horses and 516 lb-ft—will come from a 7.3-liter V-12. Aston’s most potent powerplant ever, the engine is a stretched-displacement relative of the 5.9-liter V-12 used elsewhere in the Aston range. It will be mated to a paddle-shifted automated manual transmission.
While the Aston Martin One-77 shares its front-engine, rear-drive GT layout with lesser Astons, according to Bez, its carbon-fiber tub is unique, as are all of the hand-molded aluminum body parts. Its dimensions are shorter, wider, and lower than the DB9 and DBS, and weight should be kept to about 3300 pounds. Aston Martin One-77.