Aston Martin CC100 Speedster

Aston Martin CC100 Speedster

Unveiled at the Nurburgring in the summer of 2013, the Aston Martin CC100 Speedster is a radical, Spartan roadster which is clearly designed to spend more time on the track than on public roads. As well as providing a glimpse of what future Astons might look like, the CC100 Speedster was also created as part of the company's 100th anniversary celebrations.

Inspired by the classic Aston Martin DBR1 racer, the CC100 Speedster does away with basic luxuries - like doors and windows - and leaves the occupants exposed to the elements. But that's fine, because that means the snarl of the 6.0 litre V12 engine shoehorned in up front should be easier to hear.

Designed and built in less than six months, the CC100 Speedster was developed with the help of supplier Multimatic Inc, under the leadership of Special Projects and Motorsport Director David King. The concept's styling is the work of Design Director Marek Reichman, working alongside the Aston Martin's Chief Exterior Designer Miles Nurnberger.

Measuring almost four and a half metres nose to tail, and more than two metres wide (including mirrors), the CC100 Speedster Concept's body is crafted from carbon fiber. Much of the interior is also composed of the same weight-saving material. Tan leather black suede and retro-inspired switch-gear can also be found within the cockpit, giving it a stylish yet purposeful feel.

Powering the Aston Martin CC100 Speedster is the latest generation AM11 naturally aspirated V12 gasoline engine mated to a six-speed hydraulically actuated automated sequential manual transmission which is controlled via steering column-mounted paddles. This drivetrain allows the car to accelerate from 0-62 mph in just over four seconds, while the top speed has been electronically limited to 180 mph.

Make Aston Martin
Model CC100 Speedster
Concept Year 2013
Engine / Drivetrain -

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