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Aston Martin One-77 wrecked in costly crash!

Posted May 28th 2012 4:58PM


Let this be a lesson, if you can't handle a 750-hp Aston Martin One-77... Please don't buy one. This sexy, hand-made work of automotive art is the first (and hopefully last) One-77 reported to have been recently crashed by its not so lucky owner from Shenzhen, China.

What was left of the rare $1.7 million dollar supercar was spotted (see image above) on a flatbed in Hong Kong, completely twisted into pieces. We hear its passengers survived the costly crash, but will they survive the potentially shocking repair bill?

If this One-77 proves to be beyond repair (with all 77 produced by Aston Martin sold-out), we're sure the remaining 76 in existence will be increasing in their resale value. Maybe it's time to rename it the Aston Martin One-76?

Click here for more photos of the tragic Aston Martin and its remains.

News Source: GT Spirit

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Ted Chuang

7+million USD

June 05 2012 at 4:03 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Ted Chuang

that' car cost 45,000,000 yuan = 7+million in China...I think the repair came out to be 1 million USD if he was going to get it repaired in China

June 05 2012 at 4:03 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply