Aston Martin presents the DB10 in the context of the new James Bond film, Spectre

Aston Martin presents the DB10 in the context of the new James Bond film Specter – Autosport.be

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Aston Martin DB10
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The bullet has arrived. The Aston Martin DB10 will replace the Aston Martin DB9 launched in 2004, it was announced today during the official screening of the new James Bond film Specter at Pinewood Studios in the UK. The iconic British brand will also appear again in the 24th Bond film and is therefore working on a completely new car; A collaboration that came on the occasion of the 1964 film Goldfinger.

There have been rumors for some time that Aston Martin is preparing a successor to the successful DB9, although there is no clarity on the naming just yet. For example, Aston Martin has also skipped the DB8 in the past to avoid confusion over the V12 power source. We’ll have to wait a while for the technical details of the latest addition, although it’s already confirmed that the car will feature the same engines as the Mercedes-AMG range and will be built around a new aluminum frame. In 2016, the car should also be visible on track.

Specter will be in theaters from next fall, with Daniel Craig playing the lead role for the fourth time, while Naomie Harris will once again take on the role of Minister Moneypenny. Ralph Fiennes once again takes on the role of M, and Rory Kinnear once again becomes Tanner, M’s right-hand man. Just like in Skyfall, Ben Whishaw will play technician “Major Boothroyd” aka Q. Sam Mendes, responsible for the previous film Skyfall, Also present; That’s right, given the commercial success of the last film from 2012. As has been the case in the past with previous Bond films, Specter will also be set in various exotic locations around the world, and will reportedly be filmed in Austria and Morocco. England and Mexico. By the way, for completeness, the role of the Bond girl will be taken over by 50-year-old Monica Bellucci.

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This article was published by Martin Waters in diverse On Thursday, December 4, 2014.
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