Alain Class Motors, the world’s most exclusive automobile showroom, has recently posted a rarely used Aston Martin One-77 Q-Series. As listed through its website at alainclass.com, the 2011 Aston Martin One-77 has a current mleage of 992km and is featuring a combination of red and black interior, a grey exterior body paint and a V12 engine. Dubbed as one out of seven cars in the world by the website, the Q Series is among the limited units produced within the limited run One-77 models. In other words, the Q-Series is a more exclusive line within Aston Martin's special edition range.
For one, the Q stands for the British marque’s bespoke division which is known for developing the blue “Aston Martin DB11 by Q” seen at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. In all, there are four different liveries available for the One-77 Q Series and one of them is the metallic grey we have in the picture. The interior finish on the other hand has plenty of naked carbon fiber that blends seamlessly throughout the interior’s red lining. Not to mention, it looks good as new considering the odometer reading is at only 616 miles (or 992 kilometers).
Like those on the One-77 limited car range, the Q Series comes with the standard 700hp (522kW) and 553lb-ft (750Nm) naturally aspirated 7.3-liter V12 engine. All that power is pushed to the rear wheels through a 6-speed automated manual gearbox, allowing the car to sprint from a zero to 62 miles per hour in less than 3.7 seconds before topping off at 354kph (220mph).
No prices have been specified on the website but there was another "One-77 by Q" that previously went on sale for $3 million. Supposing the price range will play around that figure, then it is more expensive than an Aston Martin Vulcan with a sticker price of 2.3 million USD.
Interestingly, the British luxury sports car manufacturer is yet again preparing to launch another special edition model. The Aston Martin Valkyrie, its upcoming hypercar with an estimated 1,130 horsepower, will not only come with Cosworth’s V12 engine but will also have the F1 styled KERS (kinetic energy regeneration system). The first customer deliveries may take place two years from now, but the Valkyrie has already built so much hype around it. With a 175-unit limited production, 25 of which are for track-only and the remaining 150 will be allotted for road use, we definitely couldn’t wait to find out how it will measure up with today’s so-called holy trinity of hypercars.