Cygnet was a bespoke luxury commuter car, designed to take you into the heart of the city, with ultra-compact packaging and low-emission engine technology. These efficiencies were paired with the manufacturing and craft skill that was closely associated with Aston Martin. The Cygnet was produced at Gaydon with the company’s legendary attention to the detail, and customers could have their Cygnet fully personalised with virtually any colour and trim combination, as well as a wide choice of optional extras. Despite its compact size and ability to nip through minute gaps in the traffic, the Cygnet had usable rear seats and a 106-mph top speed.
Developed in conjunction with longtime technical partner @Cosworth, the new V12 had to satisfy a simple, yet extraordinary brief; to create the ultimate expression of the internal combustion engine.
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Displacing 6.5-litres, the V12 sets exceptional new standards; a peak power output of 1000bhp at a mind-blowing 10,500rpm, before continuing on to a maximum rpm figure of 11,100: figures that are unprecedented for a naturally-aspirated, emissions-compliant road car application https://t.co/pXabBEQGiR