The Aston Martin DB10 has made a surprise appearance at the ongoing Los Angeles Auto Show 2015. Created exclusively for use in the latest James Bond film Spectre, just 10 units of the DB10 have been created making it a very rare car to see in the flesh.

Underpinning the DB10 are the same mechanicals as the Aston Martin V8 Vantage. Consequently, the DB10 is powered by the same 4.7-litre V8 engine pumping out 380 hp, coupled to a six-speed manual transmission and sending power through the rear wheels.

Design wise, it is reported that the DB10 not only previews an updated styling direction for the British marque but bares many resemblances to how the next-generation Vantage will look, expected to launch in 2017. The interior of the DB10 is also bespoke and dramatically different from the current Vantage.

For more about the Aston Martin DB10, see our previous posts. For more from the Los Angeles Auto Show 2015, see our dedicated news channel.

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