The brand new Aston Martin DB10 has been officially unveiled as the model in question will be used by James Bond in the 24th movie, Spectre.
The partnership between Bond and Aston Martin, which is stretching back to the 1964 Goldfinger, is being continued today with the announcement of a brand new model. This is the DB10 which will be used in the newest James Bond movie, Spectre. The sports car has been announced by director Sam Mendes and producer Barbara Broccoli, at the Pinewood Studios.
“We have worked together to design this new car. It’s a thing of beauty – and you’ll be able to see what it can do”, said Sam Mendes.
The brand new Aston Martin DB10 has a completely new look which will translate onto the company’s road cars by 2016. This will revitalize the DB9 which will be riding on a new lightweight aluminum architecture and it will be getting a completely new engine range, signed by Mercedes-AMG, confirming a long forgotten rumor. Filming for the Spectre will start on Monday and it will include locations such as London, Rome, the Austrian Alps, Morocco, Mexico City and the Pinewood Studios. Details on the Aston Martin DB10 haven’t been announced at this time.