Bond’s new car in “Spectre” was recently unveiled: the Aston Martin DB10. The DB10 has been identified as Bond’s company car as early as 2014. But since then, the world has only seen glimpses of it in two previously released “Spectre” trailers.
Last Sunday, however, it was paraded in Paris along with other Bond cars including the iconic Aston Martin DB5 used in “Goldfinger” and “Skyfall.” Excited French fans came in droves to witness the cars drove up to the Arc de Triomphe, the Telegraph reported.
The new car has been tailor-made for James Bond. Sam Mendes, “Spectre”‘s director, collaborated with Aston Martin’s design honcho Marek Reichman to build a car that exemplify 007.
They worked according to the philosophy that above all, the car must be predatory. They came up with 10 state-of-art concepts, each outfitted with different technologies such as flamethrowers and roll cages, according to Popular Science.
You may be assured that the new Bond car will never be available for sale. It is exclusive to 007 – thank you very much. However, there are rumors that the concept could be the basis for the next generation Aston Martin V8 Vantage, slated to be released in 2017, reported Auto Express.
Watch the menacing super car in action in the video below.