2015 Aston Martin DB10
The Aston Martin DB10 was unveiled in 2014, only weeks after EON Productions, the producers of the James Bond film franchise, announced that the 24th installment of the movie will be called "Spectre." Although the car’s name suggests a successor to the long-running DB9, the DB10 is actually just a concept car that won’t make it into production. However, unlike other concepts, it was built in 10 units and most of them were used in the film. But even though it won’t hit the streets as a production model, the DB10 provides hints about Aston Martin’s future vehicles.
As you’d expect from a concept, the DB10 looks downright aggressive. It is, in fact, the most aggressive-looking Aston Martin I’ve seen in recent years, except for the Vulcan supercar, and if this is what the company’s future looks like, we’re in for gorgeous replacements to the company’s current lineup of grand tourers.
The DB10 also signals that the Brits are moving toward more compact designs and a styling language that drops some of the trademark features used over the last decade or so. This isn’t necessary bad, as Aston Martin is in desperate need of a fresh image.
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