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Aston Martin CC100
A RADICAL SPEEDSTER
A unique year produces a unique and visionary car. Created as a stunning celebration of Aston Martin’s century of sports car excellence we reveal ‘CC100’, a concept reflecting the sporting heritage and exceptional design capability woven throughout 100 years of Aston Martin history.

PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE
CC100 looks back to a proud past and forward to an exciting future. A clear affinity with the legendary 1959 Le Mans and Nürburgring winning race car DBR1 can be seen in the design, with forward-looking features shaped from the same advanced materials and expert engineering used throughout our contemporary model range.

WORLD CLASS CAPABILITY
Designed and constructed in less than six months, the CC100 represents a shining example of the Aston Martin flexibility. Coupling creative freedom with cutting-edge technology to consistently deliver the purity of vision set out by our design team.

AN UNFORGETTABLE DEBUT
Revealed to the world at the ADAC Zurich 24 Hours of Nürburgring race, CC100 was driven on its debut by Aston Martin CEO Dr Ulrich Bez. Alongside him on this unique celebratory lap of the iconic Nordschleife was DBR1, the same car that completed the 1000km of Nürburgring in 1959, crewed by the same man - Sir Stirling Moss.
CC100 - the ultimate expression of Aston Martin’s first century.

WORLD LEADING DESIGN
Created by Aston Martin’s world-class design team, the vision was simple yet enormously testing: create a car reflecting a century of Aston Martin heritage but one that also signals the future of the brand. Lead by Director of Design Marek Reichman and Chief Exterior Designer Miles Nurnberger the idea of an iconic speedster concept with nods to the Le Mans- and Nürburgring-winning cars of 1959 soon emerged.

INSPIRED BY SUCCESS
Early sketches drew clear inspiration from the legendary DBR1; open cockpit, two seats, uninhibited driver vision and flowing exterior lines from a smooth aerodynamic form. With initial themed imagery showing an overall shape with sharper, contemporary styling, the team took their ideas for CC100 and moved from paper to clay.

FROM CONCEPT TO REALITY
Expert modellers worked intensively to turn these initial designs into a tangible, physical form. All Aston Martins are initially created by hand, shaping each line, measuring each dimension precisely and working to create perfect aesthetics. Finely honed to create the exact blend of sporting aggression and beauty CC100 had become more than a concept.

A UNIQUE COCKPIT
As an open-topped speedster, the interior and exterior boundaries merged together and from the start CC100\'s racing cockpit was an integral element of the concept. The team wanted a lightweight, race car environment and used inspiration from DBR1 to design a slim dashboard proportion with compact racing seats. Further design cues came from a theme of post-war aeronautical engineering, giving rise to complex interior panelling and dynamic wing forms.

MATERIAL ARTISTRY
Trimming and finishing the interior meant using the same material artistry found on our road cars. Lightweight carbon fibre provides structural rigidity with a unique weave also creating a dynamic cockpit environment. Racing seats are clothed in the finest Bridge of Weir leather but fitted with full safety harness. Glass control buttons and the same distinctive glass ECU starter match those found throughout the Aston Martin model range.

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Aston Martin Lagonda Limited

Banbury Road

Gaydon
Warwick

CV35 0DB

England
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