Aston Martin officially revealed the CC100 concept, a model which reminds of the legendary 1959 DBR1 racing model.
The new prototype also celebrates 100 years of existence for Aston Martin. Power is provided by a 6.0-liter V12 powerplant which provides a 0-100 km/h acceleration in about 4 seconds and a top speed of 290 km/h.
The two-seater was designed and built at the Gaydon factory in the UK and has been already sold for about $1,5 million. As expected, the CC100 concept sports a lightweight carbon fiber body with a length of 4,5 meters and a total weight of around 1,200 kilograms.
The prototype adopts a quite famous grey exterior finish found on many Aston Martin models, but also matte black inserts and contrasting yellow parts.
The interior comes with leather bucket seats, a sports steering wheel and a lot of carbon fiber. A set of large alloy wheels in a dark finish are also fitted on the Aston Martin CC100 concept.