Report: James Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 won’t be sold to the public

We already know that James Bond is getting a wicked awesome new Aston Martin in his next movie, Spectre.

And usually, the cars used in the movies are often available to the public as normal models but now, this won’t be the case for the DB10, reports Top Gear in the UK.

According to their report after speaking with Aston Martin’s design director, Marek Reichman, Bond’s DB10 won’t be made into a production model and sold to the public, as all of the 10 models being made are destined to be used for the film. He also reassured that the cars being built will be treated harshly as they’ll be used in real stunts and some of them will get destroyed. But the upside to this is that all of the scenes being shot with the DB10s will be real stunts with a drive and no CGI.

The Aston Martin DB10 rides on an extended V8 Vantage platform and it features a track that’s almost as wide as the bonkers One-77.

Source: Top Gear

Chris Chin

Chris Chin is the Editor-In-Chief of egmCarTech and is a regular contributor to Automobile Magazine.

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