For the latest James Bond film Spectre, Aston Martin took it up a notch but not only offering one of their models to feature in the movie but the British marque actually made an entirely new car in the form of the DB10. Limited to just 10 examples, all of which were used throughout filming, the DB10 is not only a film special but it also previews the design of future Aston Martin models.
Now that filming of Spectre has finished ahead of its global release next month, an Aston Martin DB10 has been put on display in Taiwan for the local motor show there. Pictured here at a dealership before the Taiwan Motor Show, the DB10 looks irrefutably cool.
All 10 units of the DB10 were handmade at the company’s Gaydon headquarters and beneath the fresh body are the underpinnings of a V8 Vantage. The Aston Martin DB10 is therefore powered by a 4.7-litre V8 engine driving the rear wheels.