The car signed by Daniel Craig was auctioned by Christies, originally estimated to go for $1.4 million.
The Aston Martin DB10 driven by James Bond in Spectre was recently auctioned off. DB10 was sold for a whopping price of $3.48 million or nearly £2.5 million.
The sale price has exceeded expectations originally set for the sale of the DB10. The auction was carried out by Christies and the car was estimated to fetch at least $1.4 million. The proceeds from the sale of the DB10 coupe will go to Médecins sans Frontières.
The exact price for which the Aston martin DB10 was auctioned is 2,434,500 pounds, according to AutoBlog. Along with DB10 several memorabilia from Spectre were also auctioned.
The entire auction fetched a total of 2,785,500 pounds or $3.98 million for charities. Let’s assume whoever wrote the check for the James Bond's Aston Martin DB10 from Spectre had a stiff martini after the auction.
For the shooting of Spectre Aston martin made only 10 examples of the DB10. Most of the DB10 were modified by the crew during the shooting for stunts in Spectre.
Only one of the DB10 was left untouched at the end of shooting Spectre. The DB10 which went on sale is also the only one available to the public for sale. The car was also signed by actor Daniel Craig who portrayed James Bond in Spectre.
The Aston martin DB10 has a carbon fibre body complete with an exquisite design. The DB10 boasts a 4.7-liter V8 engine with a six-speed manual gearbox from a V8 Vantage.
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Although the parts all support a powerhouse the DB10 is not certified for use on the roads. However if the owner can pay millions for DB10 they would surely have an estate to drive it around.