Aston Martin DB10 Revealed as James Bond’s New Ride

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Aston Martin DB10 Revealed as James Bond’s New Ride

James Bond will once again pilot a stunning Aston Martin in the latest installment of the film franchise but it’s not a car you’ve ever seen before.

Instead the British automaker has announced a stunning new DB10 model will star alongside Bond in the upcoming film Spectre.

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Technically more of a concept car than a new production model, the DB10 is being created specifically for the movie. However, in a release Aston Martin did announce that the design of, “the DB10 gives a glimpse to the future design direction for the next generation of Aston Martins.

Celebrating 50 years of James Bond, the DB10 arrives five decades after the two first partnered up with with Sean Connery driving the DB5 in the 1964 film Goldfinger.

Spectre will hit theaters on November 6 of 2015.

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  • Jeff T

    Wow. Looks a lot like the f type but that’s not a bad thing.

  • Leslie

    I­­­­­’­v­­­­­­e b­­­­e­­­­e­­­n m­­­­a­­­k­­i­­­­n­­­­g 8­­­­5 d­­­o­­­l­­­l­­a­­­r­­­­­­­s­/­h­­­­o­­­­­­­­u­­r­­­­l­­­y s­­­­­i­­­n­­­c­­e i s­­­­­­t­­­­a­­r­­t­­­e­d t­­­­­o w­­­o­­­­­r­­­­k o­­­­n­­­­l­­­­i­n­e h­­­­­a­­l­­­f a y­­­­e­­­­­­a­­r a­­­­­­g­­­o… W­­h­­­­­­a­­t i d­­­­­­­­o i­­­­­­s t­­­­­o w­­­­­o­­r­­­­­­­­­k a­­­­­­­­­t h­­­­­­o­­m­­­e s­­­e­­­­v­­e­­r­­a­­l h­­­­r­­­s a d­­­­­­­a­­­­­y a­­­n­­­­­­d d­­­­­o s­­­­­i­­­­­­m­­p­­l­­e w­­­­o­­­r­­­k i g­­­­­­e­­­­­t f­­­­r­­­o­­­­m t­­­­h­­­­­i­­­­s c­­­­­o­­­m­­­­­p­­a­­­­n­­­­y t­­­­­h­­­­­­a­­­­t i s­­­­t­­­u­­­­m­­b­­­­l­­e­­d u­­­p­­­o­­­­n o­­­n­­­l­­­i­­­­n­­­e… I a­­­­­­­m v­­­­e­­­­r­­y e­­­­­x­­­c­­­i­­­t­­e­­­d t­­­­­­­o s­­­h­­­­a­­­r­­­­e t­­­­h­­­­i­­­­s w­­­­­o­­­r­­­k o­­­p­­­p­­­o­­­r­­t­­­u­­n­­­i­­t­­y t­­­­­o y­­­­o­­­u… I­­­­­­t­­’s a­­­­­­n a­­­­w­­­e­­s­­­o­­­m­­e s­­­­i­­­­d­­­­e j­­­o­­­­­b t­­­­­o h­­­­­a­­­­v­­­­­­­e

  • Pete Flynn

    I just hope it doesn’t launch itself into a series of rolls like the last DB. Astons deserve better.