The 2016 Aston Martin DB10 is created a custom two door coupe for the James Bond movie spectrum of British car-maker Aston Martin. The unveiling took place in the official press release of the film on stage 007 Pinewood Studios near London, the December 4, 2014 Mendes presented the car as “the first actor.” After the film producers, Eon Productions, the film Aston Martin DB 10 is a star offer car. The 2016 Aston Martin DB10 continues the tradition with Aston Martins have featured in several films 007. The 2016 Aston Martin DB10 also unveiled by Sam Mendes and Barbara Broccoli, the director and producer of Spectrum, the 24th James Bond film Eon Productions.
Later the Pinewood Studios in unveiling, Aston Martin also participated in the launch of Bond in Motion advertisement at London Film Museum in Covent Garden, London. The automaker celebrated 50th partnership with James Bond movies franchise that began with the DB5 used in the film Goldfinger in 1964.
The design of the 2016 Aston Martin DB10 was led by creative director Marek Reichman Aston Martin, with the film’s director Mendes in close collaboration with the team. The car has been specially developed for the film and ten units will be built in-house by engineering and design of the company’s Gaydon teams manually. Aston Martin said that “2016 Aston Martin DB10 contains an overview of the future design direction of the next generation of Aston Martin.”
December 2014 Aston Martin some of the technical details of the car had been published, but it he showed manual 6-speed gearbox unit of the company that is used on their cars V8 engine to present. The chassis of the vehicle based on a modified version of the VH platform, which is based underpinned V8 Vantage. However, the DB10 has a longer wheelbase and is nearly as wide as the one-77, is powered by the 4.7-liter V8 engine.
The Aston Martin was caught on video while at Blenheim Palace seen on February 11, 2015. Two versions were filmed, with the standard vehicle approval 2016 Aston Martin DB10 Conditions and an adapted version with driver on vehicle rigging.