We’re still drooling over Aston Martin’s basically one-off DB10 model, even though it won’t be sold to the public and was designed and built specifically for James Bond’s use in the new 007 film, Spectre.
But like us, if you can’t get enough of Aston’s sexy new coupe, Aston Martin granted renowned YouTuber, Shmee, a chance to walk around the DB10 and experience it in person at Aston’s Center at Millbrook Proving Ground, in the United Kingdom.
Only 10 of these DB10s were ever made, some of which were destroyed in the film’s making, so the one featured in Shmee’s video is the “Hero” version, which was allocated as a show model and was on of the last examples built. It will officially be auctioned off later this year.
Shmee was even lucky enough to score a test-ride with stunt car driver, Mark Higgins at the wheel. Lucky SOB…
While the DB10 may not reach production, its still a car that Aston says previews the company’s future in terms of their next-generation and lineup cars, so it’s safe to say that the next V8 Vantage and DB9 successors will very much resemble the DB10.
Check out the video below.
– By: Chris Chin