We found out in December of last year that Aston Martin was back with another new creation for England’s greatest fictional spy, Agent 007. Since then, we’ve seen peeks at it tearing through European streets for brief seconds at a time, but today we get to see it have a little fun.
Mark Higgins is one of the stunt drivers responsible for the insane automotive feats found in “Spectre,” the new James Bond movie starring Daniel Craig and set to be released Nov. 6. He’s become intricately familiar with the workings of the Aston Martin DB10, and in a video shared by the marque on YouTube today, we get just over a minute of Higgins burning rubber and hitting immaculate circular drifts.
“The DB10 was developed specifically for Spectre and just ten examples have been built,” described a press release issued today by the British luxury manufacturer. “The exclusive sports car celebrates Aston Martin’s half century association with James Bond, which started with the iconic DB5.”
As we found out April 30, the DB10 will be joined by the Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR and Land Rover Defender Big Foot, as well as the Jaguar C-X75 concept. The Jaguar will be the ride of choice for the movie’s Bond villain Mr. Hinx, played by Dave Bautista.
Check out the video of the DB10 tearing up Bond’s insignia above, and find your own Aston Martin from our exclusive listings below.
(Source: Aston Martin, YouTube)