Only 10 versions of the new marque are slated to be built, according to the wallstreetcheatsheet.com, as it is possible that they may need more than one of the limited-edition models, making it very unlikely that the average buyer will ever see the interior or exterior in anything but the film.
Created just for 007, the new DB10 continues a relationship with Aston Marton that began in 1967.
Dr. Andy Palmer, CEO of the luxury performance car manufacturer, in announcing the new model, noted that the automaker is happy to be partnering “once again with EON Productions.” He said that the partnership is “great news great news for this company and for everyone around the world that loves to see Bond at the wheel of an Aston Martin.”
The limited-edition DB10 is the top-of-the-line for the small luxury carmaker that has a sterling reputation for performance car production. Joining the DB10, which also showcases Aston Martin’s engineering, are the Vantage S and the Vantage Carbon Edition.
The new model comes as the automaker is undergoing an almost $1 billion upgrade that is scheduled to be complete in three years.