Aston Martin One-77 owner’s, service, repair and maintenance manuals PDF, electrical wiring diagrams, scheduled maintenance, operating instructions free download
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Aston Martin One-77 background information
The Aston Martin One-77 is a super sports car of the British automobile manufacturer Aston Martin built in a small series. The automobile should show the performance of the vehicle manufacturer.
The designation of the sports car already indicates the limited edition of 77 copies. The vehicle was built by hand in the Aston Martin plant in Gaydon, Warwickshire in England. As the design boss, Marek Reichman was responsible, Chris Porritt worked as a project manager.
The chassis made of carbon fiber reinforced plastic (KfK) and the hand-shaped aluminum body was derived from Aston Martin’s VH platform. The design was based on the other models of the manufacturer, the rear fender exhibited are striking, the ventilation grilles in the bonnet, the window line rising towards the B-pillar and the two-part air intakes in the fenders and doors.
The engine is installed at the front behind the front axle, a 7.3-liter V12 oto engine with about 559 kW (760 hp), the car-suction engine used in series until then, which is used in a series, which in 3.5 seconds per 100 km /h and accelerated to up to 355 km/h.
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