Here's what we know about the Aston Martin DB10 that will debut in the new Bond film Spectre: not a lot. It was developed in conduction with the producers of the new film—EON Productions and director Sam Mendes, the duo that teamed up for the last film, Skyfall. And 10 of them will be built, but it's not clear as of yet whether anyone outside of the Bond set will be able to snag one.
Andy Palmer, recently of Nissan, is now Aston Martin's CEO, and clearly is proud of the marque's 50-year relationship with Bond (not counting the Brosnan-BMW years, of course). And the company dropped hints that the DB10 is a preview of where the company's design is headed. No surprises there Engine? Drivetrain configuration? Price? As mysterious as Spectre itself.
Don't assume that the good folks at Gaydon (not to mention Q) would let 007 into the wild with anything less than a V12 underhood, however.
Spectre will be released on November 6, 2015.
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