CC100 Speedster was created to mark the centenary of the company. Aston Martin chief Ulrich Bez is at the last Geneva Motor Show announced that the car will feature modern styling, but also will have the impact of DBR1 racing car in 1959, the winner of Le Mans.
In any case, the Aston Martin CC100 Speedster is built for less than six months, and it is a two-seat sports without a roof, and is characterized by a carbon-fiber body, 6.0L V12 engine, 6-speed automated manual transmission, LED headlights, TFT display …
CC100 Speedster is about 4.5 meters long, two meters wide, and it is estimated that the weight is less than 1200 kg. Aston Martin says that CC100 Speedster from 0 to 60mph speeds in just over 4 seconds and a top speed is electronically limited to 175mph.
For now, its just made a one copy of the Aston Martin, and apparently has already been sold for between $770,000 and $1,540,000.
Aston Martin has also confirmed that on Pebble Beach Concours in California (in August) will present two concept vehicles.