The Aston Martin One-77 is the second Enduro Double Down-unlockable car and was released as part of the Rio de Janeiro Update in Asphalt 8: Airborne. Players are given 7 days to start the event and 8 days to complete it. It was held on the following dates:
- July 27, 2016 (Rio de Janeiro Update's release on iOS)
- September 14, 2016 (in the Multiplayer League Update , after the Alfa Romeo 4C's revived Research & Development event)
- January 6, 2017 (in the Championship Update, after the Arash AF10's R&D event, to replace the 1967 Chevrolet Impala's canceled EDD event)
- July 12, 2018 (in the Asphalt Moments Update's Asphalt Moments Series, along with the W Motors Fenyr SuperSport's R&D and BXR Bailey Blade GT1's EDD)
There are 10 Tiers and 59 Challenges.
Enduro Points Table8,001 and the third part begins after banking 21,000.
|250||5,000 + 10|
|5,000||95 + Enduro Double Down Rookie Box (5 cards)|
|10,000||Aston Martin V12 Vantage||50,000|
|20,000||175 + Enduro Double Down Advanced Box (9 cards)|
|35,000||AC 378 GT Z||150,000|
|50,000||300 + Enduro Double Down Professional Box (12 cards)|
|60,000||Aston Martin One-77|
Overall, while this EDD has around the same amount of rewards as the Weber Faster One's EDD ( 575,000 + 610 + two cars worth 453,000) , the player has to get 60,000 to earn the Aston Martin One-77, compared to the Weber's EDD of 75,000. However, the EP increase is flatter, with the Weber's Challenge 14 on double down yielding 6,020, whereas Challenge 17 for the Aston with double only yields 5,030, this means that more races have to be completed to earn a similar number of points.
- Aston Martin One-77 (Boss car)
- AC 378 GT Z (Reward Car)
- Aston Martin DB9 Coupé†
- Aston Martin V12 Zagato†
- Aston Martin V12 Vantage (Reward Car)
- Lucra L148
- Bentley EXP10 Speed 6
- Pagani Huayra※
- Peugeot Onyx※
- † Denotes a car that becomes unusable later on in the EDD (after the difficulty changes).
- ※ Denotes a car that is used later on in the EDD (after the difficulty changes).
Strategy Notes / Tips
- If the player avoids the challenges for a particular car early on in the EDD, the game may end up giving them a choice with both races using the same car later on.
- If the player has a sufficiently long streak of completed races, the reroll for a choice will still show the same options.
- The AC 378 GT Z and Aston Martin DB9 Coupé have exceptionally poor nitro efficiency (both 10/15/20) and are among the slowest-accelerating cars in the game (especially the DB9), and the former has a very wide drifting radius, all of which can become serious problems if not handled correctly. Because of these, playing challenges involving these cars requires skill and care.
- The Bentley EXP10 Speed 6, while having a very high rate of acceleration compared to the other cars in this event, also suffers the issue of subpar handling, meaning that just like with the 378 GT Z, the EXP10 requires its user to take good care when tackling hard tracks.
- Be very careful of Gate Drift, Flawless races or any race that involves a race time to beat, as those are usually the hardest.
- If it is required, play triple-boosted. This is especially required for the DB9 and 378 GT Z due to both having nitro efficiency at 10/15/20.
- Main article: Enduro Double Down/Aston Martin One-77/Challenges
- Main article: Enduro Double Down/Aston Martin One-77/Quotes
- The Aston Martin One-77's Enduro Double Down event was the only EDD event held during the Championship Update due to the 1967 Chevrolet Impala's EDD event being canceled.
- The Aston Martin One-77's EDD event is the first EDD event to be revived throughout the game's lifespan and the first EDD event to have been revived twice.
- With the Asphalt Moments in the 2018 Summer Update, the One-77's EDD event is the first special event to have been relaunched more than twice.
- The points progression in the Aston Martin One-77's EDD would later be reused for the EDD events for the Icona Vulcano V12 Hybrid, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, and Zenvo ST1.