Model created exclusively for 'Spectre' could be yours.
The DB10 was the first car Aston Martin made exclusively for James Bond, and now it can be yours. The British marque is celebrating a 50-year relationship with 007 that started with the DB5. It's latest creation offers a glimpse into Aston's future design language and if rumors of the DB11 being unveiled at Geneva prove correct, we won't have to wait long to see them in full effect. The DB10 will go under the hammer as part of 'Spectre – The Auction,' to be held at Christie's on February 18.
Given this will be the only model to be offered to the public, it's expected to fetch in the region of $1.4 million. All proceeds will go the Medecins Sans Frontieres charity. The DB10 comes powered by a 4.7-liter V8 which comes mated to a six-speed manual. Top speed is estimated at 190 mph. However, the new owner won't have complete freedom with the car as Aston makes clear that "the car is not homologated, certified or approved for use on any public roads and has not undergone the production processes used for production cars." The all-carbon exterior is married to an interior handmade using leather, carbon-fiber and aluminum.
Of the ten DB10s made for the movie, this model offered at auction is one of two "show" cars that were used for display purposes only, and has been signed by Daniel Craig.