Aston Martin DB10

James Bond’s new ride has been unveiled – 007 will be driving an Aston Martin DB10 in his next escapade, Spectre, which premieres next year. The new car was fittingly introduced on the 007 stage at Pinewood Studios.

The DB10, developed specifically for the film, continues the British brand’s half century association with the British secret agent, which started back in 1964 with the silver-birch DB5 that starred in Goldfinger.

Just 10 bespoke examples of the DB10 are set to be built in-house at Gaydon, by the brand’s design and engineering teams. No mention of powertrain choice, but the word about is that the car is set to wear a 4.7 litre V8.

The automaker says that Bond’s new ride – which will make its film debut on November 6 next year when Spectre hits the big screen – also offers a glimpse to the future design direction for the next generation of AMs.