Aston Martin 1 77

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Nicknamed the one 77 because it will cost one million pounds to purchase, and only seventy seven will be made, the new Aston Martin is set to go down a storm with the jet set across the world. It's a rare sports car that has a light chassis, and is handmade; engineers hand beat the panels to make the car and the leather for the interior is hand stitched.

If you have a spare million pounds to purchase one of these beautiful cars then you will find that they are fully customisable; you meet with a representative who helps you design the car, from the interior to the colour and reflection of the paint work. The test model in the headquarters is white and stark, but you are able to choose whatever colour suits you.

The car has a naturally aspirated engine and has seven hundred and fifty brake horse power, with top speeds of two hundred and twenty miles per hour. It has six gears and twenty inch alloys, along with a carbon ceramic matrix braking system and dynamic stability control, traction control system and adaptive ride height suspension. The only optional extras that you are offered are a choice of colours for the trim, but the car is expected to wow collectors across the world. It is sadly believed that although it is born and bred in the UK, it will be a rare sight on our roads as it is far too expensive, deemed to be more likely to be seen on the roads of countries in the United Arab Emirates. It is thought to be a better drive than the Bugatti Veyron which has been cited to drive like a run of the mill Audi TT at slow speeds, but it will be unusual for anyone you know to have proved this theory.

If you are driving a car in the UK then make sure that you have car insurance, as this is a legal requirement, along with road tax and a valid MOT certificate. Go online for Car Insurance as you are more likely to get a cheaper policy here.

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This article was published on 2011/05/17