You Can Buy James Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 for $1.4M But You Can’t Drive It

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You Can Buy James Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 for $1.4M But You Can’t Drive It

Aston Martin is auctioning off one of the 10 cars used in the latest James Bond movie Spectre.

The sexy DB10 used in the movie has a reserve of £1 million (US$1.4M) and will be auctioned in London, England, at Christie’s on Feb. 18.

The DB10 is the first car to ever be created exclusively for a James Bond movie and is powered by a 4.7-liter V8 that’s hooked up to a six-speed manual transmission. Top speed is an estimated 190 mph. Unfortunately, the car isn’t approved for use on public roads, so the carbon fibre car will be auctioned as a collectors item only.

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“It’s unique and it feels right, and it looks like a James Bond car and it’s got a few secrets,” Daniel Craig, who plays Bond, said about the DB10.

The proceeds from the sale will to donated to Doctors Without Borders.

  • smartacus

    Here’s to hoping Disney doesn’t acquire James Bond too 😮

  • Jeff T

    Built in Ontario by the same manufacturer who is building the new Ford GT