There are always at least two main reasons to watch James Bond movies: the cars and the women. While Léa Seydoux will undoubtedly make a great Bond girl as Madeleine Swann in Spectre, the lineup of cars that will be in this film is perhaps even more stunning, with the Jaguar C-X75 sharing screen time (and a chase scene) with the new Aston Martin DB10.

We just had our first live sighting of the DB10 last week as the car and its stunt drivers got accustomed to one another in England, and now we have an even better view of the car thanks to the video showing a trio of DB10s sitting around on a set in Rome. The latest video reveals the new Bond cars from just about every angle, and the best part is that we can finally hear that engine – whatever it may be – fire up. Like all current Aston Martins, the DB10 will have an exhaust note that is topped only by its exquisite design.

It remains to be seen what sorts of fancy gadgets the DB10 will exhibit in the move, but one thing is instantly clear: this car has amazing brakes. Shortly after being fired up in the video, a driver is backing one of the DB10s up and almost runs into another DB10. All of the James Bond tech in the world couldn’t have gotten these two cars closer together without making contact!

As for the movie, Spectre is scheduled to hit theaters on November 6, 2015.

Continue reading to learn more about the Aston Martin DB10.

Aston Martin DB10

2015 Aston Martin DB10 High Resolution Exterior
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Aside from its beautiful body (or should I say fuselage?), there still isn’t much information about the Aston Martin DB10, which was designed specifically for use in Spectre. For now, the DB10 is just a show car used by the film to help celebrate the 50-year collaboration between Aston Martin and James Bond movies, but Aston Martin has also said that the DB10 “gives a glimpse to the future design direction for the next generation of Aston Martins.”

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