Report: Aston Martin One-77 is now totally sold out
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Aston Martin is seeing its best numbers since 2008, as its latest full-year report reflects.

The twelve month period that closed on December 31, 2011 shows a 7-percent increase in revenue, putting the overall figure at $817.3-million. The supercar maker has sold 4200 units during the 12-month period, causing it to reach $112.8-million in earnings before tax, depreciation, interest and amortization.

Check out more news on the Aston Martin One-77.

Included in the sales figure is also all 77 units made of the limited edition One-77 model.

“Our 2011 results demonstrate the energy, passion and ongoing resilience of Aston Martin – a truly unique, independent manufacturer. We are on track with our expansion plans around the world, especially in China, and are investing in new models,” said Aston Martin’s CEO Dr. Ulrich Bez.

With the well-received launch of the new V12 Zagato at the Geneva Motor Show, and a projected sales figure of $122-million for last month, Aston Martin is expected to maintain its upswing for some time.

Refresher: Power for the Aston Martin One-77 comes from a 7.3 liter V12 engine making 750-hp and 553 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox that allows the One-77 to go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds with a top speed of over 200 mph.

By: Alexandra Koken

Source: AutoGuide


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  • Desertwind

    “Sculpture in Motion”
    “Sculpture” is the multi-dimensional artistic representative of abstract forms, by carving stone or wood or by casting metal or plaster.  
    “Motion” is the action or process of moving or being moved.
    More contradictory there cannot be.  A bit like this Aston.  Beautiful in form, not so in function (reliability).
    BUT, we are all the better for its existence.