MARKHAM, Ontario (December 7, 2010) – Edmunds Inside Line, provides a short review of the Aston Martin One-77, acknowledging:
“Although it’s based on the principles of the VH (vertical, horizontal) platform that underpins the rest of the range, the One-77 shares little with it in actual hardware terms. The bodywork is largely carbon fiber. It is made by Canadian company Multimatic, which molds the carbon monocoque in Ontario and assembles it in the U.K. It features large numbers of aluminum components milled from solid billets, as well as hand-formed aluminum exterior panels, and is hand-built in a new purpose-built assembly workshop.”
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