James Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 Car In Spectre Will Be Sold

Posted: Oct 26 2015, 11:18am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 26 2015, 11:35am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

James Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 Car in Spectre will be Sold
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Only one of the Aston Martin model called DB10 made especially for the 007 film will be available for sale.

Bond’s Aston Martin will be available for sale next year. But there is a catch as only 1 model of the custom car will be auctioned. The Aston Martin driven by James Bond in ‘Spectre’ was especially made for the 007 film.

The model has been dubbed the Aston Martin DB10. Aston Martin only created 10 of the DB10 for the film ‘Spectre’. The Aston Martin DB10 is set to be unveiled in UK and Ireland on the coming Monday.

The car is not going to go into production because it is not road worthy. The DB10 does not have the proper road certification for driving. But one lucky person will be able to own the special 007 car.

The car is so exclusive, only one of its kind, will be auctioned in 2016. The owner may be able to own the Bond car but the person will not be allowed to drive it. The Aston martin DB10 will simply have to be placed in a collection and that is why only 1 is being auctioned.

The DB10 was created solely for the film ‘Spectre’. Other cars featured in the recent 007 film are similarly exclusive. The Jaguar C-X75 driven by the villain in ‘Spectre’ is also not for sale and only seven were ever made for the film.

The Jaguar C-X75 was shown as a concept at the 2010 Paris Motor Show but will not be mass produced. Likewise the Land Rover Defenders and seven Range Rover Sport SVRs are not available in the market. The cars featured in ‘Spectre’ were manufactured only for 007 purposes.

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