Apart from a very special 100 Aston Martin’s and CC100 Concept, there was another surprise too. Daniel Craig, aka James Bond too was present and joined the convoy in the DB5 which starred in Skyfall. Image of Daniel Craig here are credit to CarAdvice.
The CC100 Speedster is seen in a design which has been inspired by the DBR1 race car of 1959, which raced to victory in a 1000 km race across the Nürburgring circuit with Sir Stirling Moss at the wheel. In the image above, you can see Sir Stirling Moss driving the same Aston Martin car of 1959, behind the CC100 Speedster Concept.
The past weekend saw both this historic 1959 model and new CC100 concept take a lap around the German circuit, making it one of the most noteworthy ways of celebrating the company’s year long centenary celebrations. This new CC100 Speedster Concepts sports a 6.0 liter naturally aspirated V12 engine mated to a sequential manual gearbox.
The event drew special attention of a host of spectators as the CC100 concept was driven by Aston Martin CEO, Dr. Ulrich Bez. The concept vehicle was designed and constructed in a matter of six months. It has been produced from the company headquarters in Gaydon and its production was overseen by Director David King of Special Projects and Motorsports. This two seater was given an external finish by Marek Reichman, Design Director while Miles Nurnberger, Chief Exterior Designer worked along with him in ensuring that the CC100 created an immediate impact.