YouTube user Marchettino has recorded video footage of four Aston Martin DB10 models during filming of the latest James Bond movie Spectre in Rome, Italy.
Announced in December, 2014, the Aston Martin DB10 is a limited-production run of 10 vehicles, four of which have been built for the latest James Bond sequel so far.
Designed and engineered by Aston Martin in conjunction with the film’s director, the DB10 sits on the V8 Vantage platform and just features a new skin on top. While Aston Martin hasn’t confirmed the engine lurking under the bonnet, it’s most likely the 4.7-litre V8 currently fitted to the Vantage.
The video shows the vehicles up close and being moved around.
Image courtesy of The Daily Mail, UK
English newspaper, The Daily Mail, has also released photographs from the James Bond movie set showing lead actor Daniel Craig sitting in the DB10, while a stunt driver controls the vehicle from a seat attached to the top of the car.
The new James Bond film, named 007 Spectre is expected to be released in November this year.