NO, MR BOND, I SPECTRE YOU TO DRIVE
Aston Martin DB10
“Shiny skin from the screen; oily bits from the pits,” director Sam Mendes didn’t say about a new Aston being unveiled as the star car in the 24th Bond film, Spectre. Had he spoken thus, he would have been referring to the trend for car manufacturers to trickle down technology from the racetrack but focus-group their look on cinema-goers. And without really knowing what’s underneath the DB10’s shapely body, unveiled at the name launch of the new film, we’d happily sign up for one. Except we can’t: Aston Martin is only making ten DB10s and all ten are to be used – and no doubt very much abused – in the making of the film. The styling, luckily, previews the next production DB, but they’re not saying if that will be called the DB11.
As hot as… imaginary lava $tba / astonmartin.com