always been pretty. The most iconic Aston Martin has always been James Bond’s
DB5. Since then every single car has just gotten prettier and prettier and
prettier. We had the DB7, the DB9, DBS, both Vanquishs and the most beautiful
modern car to have ever touched hallowed tarmac the One-77 supercar.
So when they
heard that a new Bond film was in the works for next year, they decided to show
the world that no one makes better looking cars than Aston Martin. So together
with EON Productions, with the producers of the next Bond film which has been
titled “Spectre”, Aston Martin unveiled 007’s brand new car at Pinewood
Studios, the DB10.
moment, we can only show you this one picture which is on the internet or
anywhere in the world. There is no other picture of the DB10 to be found but
this one. The only picture available tells you it’s going to be so gorgeous
that it’s probably going to be the brand ambassador for Victoria’s Secret, on
the cover of Playboy Magazine and videos will have to be viewed with parental
guidance. The car looks so pretty, even Ripley’s won’t believe it.
The DB10 will
be a model developed specifically for the film and built in-house by the design
and engineering teams at Gaydon. Aston will only build 10 of these cars and no
more, so the DB10 probably is going to be more iconic, rare and exclusive than
The team led
by Aston Martin’s Design Director, Marek Reichman worked closely with the
film’s director, Sam Mendes, to create the ultimate car for the world’s most famous
spy to celebrate 50 years relationship of Aston Martin and James Bond.
stated that the DB10 gives a glimpse to the future design direction for the
next generation of Aston Martins. If that’s what future Astons will look like,
we will have no problems whatsoever.
Palmer, CEO of Aston Martin, said: “To be partnering once again with EON
Productions is great news for this company and for everyone around the world
that loves to see Bond at the wheel of an Aston Martin.”
The Next Bond film Spectre is due for general
release on 6 November 2015. WHY? WE WANT IT NOW!