Despite much of its automotive hype, the latest James Bond film, Spectre, turned out to be a bit of a dud. And it didn’t help that the Aston Martin DB10 and Jaguar C-X75 chase scene through the darkened streets of Rome turned out to be one of the most forgettable chase scenes ever shot. But at least the stunning Jag…
The 2019 Aston Martin Vantage is quite a dramatic departure from the relatively consistent styling cues of the last few decades of the company. The new look, especially the new grille, is controversial. But Aston Martin claims it was a matter of weight savings, of all things.
Only one Aston Martin DB10 out of the 10 developed for last year’s Bond film, SPECTRE, will ever be made available for sale, and it just sold for $3.5 million at a charity auction—more than double its expected take. You missed your chance.
If there’s anything you’d like to know about decisions leading to the new Bond Aston’s final design, Jay Leno’s Garage will reveal everything about those too. Except for the gadgets. But there’s a nice bit of news buried in this video: the Vantage replacement will have a manual option.
To be fair, so can your car, and it doesn’t even have to be an Aston Martin. But it sure as hell won’t do it this gracefully.
Being in SPECTRE is a huge deal for both Jaguar Land Rover and Aston Martin, and both companies did their best to supply the producers with the most amazing vehicles James Bond has ever seen. But they are for your eyes only.
I guess for the same reason why we can’t get Aston Martins as company cars, can’t ask for a flamethrower as a bespoke option and won’t get seduced by Monica Bellucci. Still, it feels unfair.
The Aston Martin DB10 in the new James Bond film SPECTRE has a much bigger role in the latest trailer for film, which also reveals Cristoph Waltz as the main antagonist. Even better? The DB10 gets a reverse flamethrower.
Staring at the new Aston Martin DB10, set to debut in next year's James Bond film Spectre, is apparently like gazing into a crystal ball that contains visions of the storied-but-struggling British brand's future.
I wasn't really sold on the design of the Aston Martin DB10 set to debut in the 24th James Bond film next year when I first saw it, but now that I've seen it from more angles, I'm likin' what I'm lookin' at.
Daniel Craig will return to play 007 in the new Bond film Spectre and Aston Martin will return as the Bondmobile with this custom Aston Martin DB10. The car was developed specifically for and they're building ten of them, just none that you can buy.