If you haven’t heard, Bond is back in his latest outing, Spectre, which will be officially released in Malaysia on November 6. Aside from Daniel Craig reprising his role as 007, and Christoph Waltz as the film’s villain, the other stars of the show are undoubtedly the cars, the Aston Martin DB10 and Jaguar C-X75.

Both cars certainly have their fair share of fans – good guy Aston or “Good to be Bad” Jaguar. For Felipe Massa, he appears to be a fan of the bad guys. The Formula One driver took the C-X75 concept for a spin in this video here. Massa seemed pleased with the concept’s capabilities and even said, “I was even thinking that I was going to overtake James Bond in the movie”

Aston Martin was the first to introduce Bond’s latest ride in the form of the DB10 that employs a modified version of the VH Platform that underpins the V8 Vantage. However, the DB10 not only has a longer wheelbase, but is nearly as wide as the One-77. The Vantage’s 4.7 litre naturally-aspirated V8 engine sends its power through a six-speed manual gearbox.


Not wanting to be outdone by the good guys, Jaguar Land Rover unveiled its trio of cars that will go up against Bond, a Jaguar C-X75, Range Rover Sport SVR and the Land Rover Defender Big Foot. The Jaguar is the nemesis to the DB10 and features a 1.6 litre twin-charged four-cylinder engine that produces 502 hp, and a set of dual-electric motors that produce 194 hp.

The concept cars were developed together with Williams Advanced Engineering, and during the Mexico Grand Prix, both Williams Martini Racing FW37 Formula 1 cars had “007 Spectre” logos on them. After watching Felipe Massa put the C-X75 through its paces, which side will you be rooting for in Spectre? Are you on Team Aston Martin or Team Jaguar?