The recently unveiled Aston Martin DB10, which will be used in the new James Bond film, has turned out to be nothing else than a restyled V8 Vantage.
In case you have seen the impressive looking Aston Martin DB10, as it was unveiled just a few days ago, designed to star in the new James Bond Spectre movie, then you most likely have a lot of question on the impressive looking sports car, but the most important ones have been recently answered by the guys from Automotive News Europe.
According to our source, the new Aston Martin DB10 is nothing else than a restyled Aston Martin V8 Vantage. The model in question is riding on the VH platform, which can be named just about anything but “new” and it has a 4.7 liter V8 engine under its hood, signed by Ford, from the V8 Vantage. We have no clue on how much this is producing but in the already available model, it is good for 426 HP (313 kW) and 470 Nm (346 lb-ft) of torque. The DB10 will be produced in just 10 units and all of them will be exclusively used in the Spectre James Bond movie, which will be released on the 6th of November, next year.