James Bond's Aston Martin DB10 used in Spectre on sale for charity

One of the special DB10 Bond cars built for the Spectre film by Aston Martin will be sold at auction for charity. The sale, in aid of Medecins Sans Frontieres, will take place on February 18 and is expected to raise around £1 million (€1.3 million).

The DB10 is one of the most beautiful cars created by Aston Martin and although no road-going models have been produced, the DB10 has a V8 engine and power to match.

The next car released by the Gaydon-based manufacturer is expected to feature some of the design elements of the bond car. Little has been announced about the new model, but if it’s anything like the DB10, it’ll be a looker.

Until now, Aston Martin had said they would keep all the cars. This charity auction is a step back from that stance, and a real opportunity for someone with a cool million to spare.


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