Bullitt might have included the greatest car chase in movie history, but, as far as car features go, the film that made Steve McQueen a legend can’t hold a candle to the James Bond series. Now don’t get me wrong, I love late 1960s Mustangs and Chargers, but have you seen the Bond car cast since filming began more than 50 years ago? They used Bentleys, Cadillacs, Corvettes, Jaguars, and Rolls-Royces, just to name a few brands. Not to mention all those sexy Aston Martins, and especially the DB5, which made a comeback in 2012’s Skyfall. For 2015, however, when EON Productions will launch the 24th installment of the series, there won’t be a DB5, but a concept car Aston Martin specifically developed for the film.

It’s the DB10, a two-door GT that previews the next-generation DB9, and is arguably the most important Bond hero car since the series debuted in 1962. That’s one more reason for us gearheads to keep an eye on the making of the movie and take cinemas by storm once Spectre hits the big screen. At least we won’t have to wait much longer (November 6th, 2015), as the DB10 has already hit the Interwebz starring in various scenes filmed in Rome, Italy. With filming in that part of the world completed, EON Production released the first teaser trailer. And as expected, it includes footage of the Aston Martin DB10.

No more spoilers though, just hit play to get an idea about what the new James Bond is all about.

Aston Martin DB10

2015 Aston Martin DB10 High Resolution Exterior
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Find out more about the Aston Martin DB10 in our full review here.

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