Exclusivity goes hand-in-hand with Aston Martin. But the DB10 takes that concept to a whole new level. The DB10 is a bespoke model created especially for the forthcoming James Bond film Spectre. Only 10 have been made, all for use by the 007 production. There is no production version of the DB10 planned, although styling cues of the movie car do point towards future Aston Martin models. The DB10 is based on the platform of Aston’s smallest model, the Vantage. However, it’s longer, wider and more aggressive than the Vantage, while not being as large as more luxury-oriented models like the DBS the Bond character drove in Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace. Aston and the Spectre production team were eager to unveil the DB10 before the end of last year, to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Bond film Goldfinger – the first Bond film to feature an Aston Martin (the DB5) as the hero car and arguably the movie that set the template for all future instalments in the franchise. The DB10 is intended to be a modern interpretation of the DB5. The DB10 will be the star of Spectre in many ways. In fact, at the first press conference for the production, in December last year, director Sam Mendes announced the DB10 as Bond’s new car before any of the cast.