Iconic in their own right, Aston Martin and James Bond go hand in hand, like a bullet to a gun. In 1964, James Bond was seen driving a vehicle that has become one of the most iconic vehicles in auto and film history. Goldfinger was the film and the Aston Martin DB5 was the vehicle. Who would have known that 50 years later, this car would still be known across the world as the James Bond car.


As a British Secret Service agent, Bond’s car was not your ordinary car, featuring motorized spikes extending from the wheel, a water canon and a boot stowed jetpack. Debuting today, the Bond car has come a long way and still features a classic updated design, speed and class that we all know it to be and appreciate.


Specifically designed for the new James Bond film, Spectre, Aston Martin unveiled the astonishing DB10. In collaboration with Aston Martin Chief Creative Officer, Marek Reichman, and with Spectre film director, they touched every detail of what it is to make a James Bond specific vehicle.

With it’s stealthy exterior and sleek design, this monster looks ready to tackle anything and anyone that may come it’s way, perfect for an international spy.

Spectre is scheduled for release November 6, 2015.