How much is a DB10?

How much is a DB10?

It’s the ultimate supercar for a super-fan: James Bond’s newest ride sold at auction for $3.5 million on Thursday. The price zoomed past expectations set by Christie’s auction house. They estimated the Aston Martin DB10 would go for between $1.4 and $2.1 million. Christie’s didn’t identify the buyer.

How many Aston Martin DB10 are there?

10 DB10
10 DB10 cars were manufactured in total – eight have been used for Spectre filming, along with two show cars.

Did Daniel Craig get a DB10?

The auctioned DB10, hand built at Aston Martin’s UK headquarters in Gaydon, was signed by Daniel Craig. Most of the DB10s were modified for use in the filming of Spectre but two were left unmodified for display. The film is reported to have destroyed $36m (£25m) worth of cars during shooting.

How much did the Aston Martin DB10 sell for?

James Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 Just Sold for $3.5 Million | Fortune.

Can I buy DB10?

Yes, it would be possible to own a Aston Martin DB10, the classic British company built 10 of them especially, and why not. Unveiled to the public in December 2014, the year significant due to it being fifty years since an Aston Martin DB5 had been first used in the 1964 Bond film Goldfinger.

Is the Aston Martin DB5 a good car?

The DB5 is plenty quick enough, even if a seven-second 0-62mph sprint time is bettered by most hot hatches these days. If you relax and drive it like the grand tourer it’s designed to be, you synchronise with it much better. Cornering is very entertaining, though probably not for all the right reasons.

Who owns Aston Martin DB10?

David Brown
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Is the Aston Martin DB10 real?

The DB10 was a real car, commissioned by Eon, the production company behind the Bond films, and built by Aston Martin. The British car marque has a long history with Bond, appearing in half of the films released, going back to the iconic DB5 that debuted in the 1964 film Goldfinger. Still, it’s a Bond car!