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Aston Martin CC100 Technical

Aston Martin CC100 Technical
Aston Martin CC100 Story

Renowned Expertise —

Exceptional design is married with cutting-edge engineering. Using the latest iteration of Aston Martin’s naturally aspirated V12 engine, CC100 includes unique engine mountings to ensure the powerhouse sits low down in the chassis. This specially machined drive-train powers the CC100 from rest to 62 mph in a little over four seconds, while the top speed is limited to 180 mph.

Aston Martin CC100 Story

Honed in Competition —

Mated to a six-speed hydraulically actuated automated sequential manual transmission and controlled via steering column-mounted paddle shifts CC100’s lightweight gearbox delivers truly sporting changes perfectly suited to the Speedster’s track-focused nature. Developed from our GT race programme CC100 calls on the competitive expertise used by Aston Martin engineers in developing all our road and track cars.

Aston Martin CC100 Story

A Lightweight Structure —

Measuring almost four and a half metres nose to tail, and more than two metres wide (including mirrors) the Speedster Concept body is a classic example of the almost infinitely flexible nature of Aston Martin’s trademark Vertical Horizontal engineering philosophy.

With a body and interior crafted from carbon fibre, tooled and provided by low volume specialists Multimatic, Aston Martin designers used this aerospace standard material to create a unique design features and to also ensure CC100 both light and lithe.