What car did James Bond drive?

Aston Martin DB10

Aston Martin DB10, 2015

  • Manufacturer: Aston Martin
  • Model: DB10
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  • Years manufactured: 2015
  • Type: coupe
  • Origin: UK

Only ten DB10s were built by Aston Martin, all exclusively for the James Bond movie Spectre. The car is based on the Aston Martin V8 Vantage of the time with new custom bodywork designed and hand-built by Aston Martin specifically for the movie.



In Spectre an Aston Martin DB10 was issued to James Bond by MI6's Q Branch


James Bond drove the DB10 in Rome


James Bond in his Aston Martin DB10 was chased through the streets of Rome


Although set and filmed in Rome, the Aston Martin DB10 that appears in Spectre carries British registration plate DB10 AGB, and is a right-hand drive vehicle.

Eight DB10s were used during filming and a further two were reserved for promotional use. Of the eight cars used in filming, two were fully complete vehicles with production-grade interiors, bespoke wheels, and clean exteriors devoid of rigging and Bond gadgets. Another two were built to be used with external driving pods that allowed a stunt driver to pilot the car on the roof while Daniel Craig simulated driving behind the wheel. A further two of them were stunt cars that featured clean exteriors but reinforced underbody panels and a strengthened front grille; and the final two featured fully operational Bond gadgets.