Wheels"N"Style: Guess How Much This James Bond Car Is Worth?

Hi guys, welcome to another exciting edition of wheels"n"style. Hope you've had a great week. This is a shout out to all you automobile lovers, today you will get a closer look at the Aston Martin car used in the last James Bond movie "Spectre".

Can I hear a whoop whoop!

Under the bonnet of the sports car it is fitted with a 4.7-litre V8 engine which develops around 500bhp. This gives it a 0-62mph time of around four seconds and a top speed of 190mph


The spectacular Aston Martin DB10 has gone on sale for...



a sum of £2.4million ($4.9 Million) at a special Christie's auction on Thursday with all proceedings going to charity. The most interesting part is that the car cannot be driven on public roads as it is not certified for public use. So the buyer would maybe keep it in his museum or?...

The 190mph Aston Martin DB10 is said to have a 4.7-litre V8 engine allowing it to reach 0-62mph in just four seconds. The car bonnet, which is signed by Daniel Craig, is fitted with a 4.7-litre V8 engine which develops around 500bhp and gives it a top speed of 190mph.

One of a kind: Pictured, the beautiful DB10 sits on show during the Christie's auction where it was snapped by a bidder for £2.4 million.

Icon: Daniel Craig pulls a classic James Bond pose next to the Aston Martin DB10 in a shot publicising Spectre, the latest film in the 007 franchise. Aston Martin sportscars have been synonymous with the films since their early appearances  in blockbusters such as Goldfinger

The sports car also has a carbon fibre body and the interior is made up of luxury leathers, carbon fibre and aluminium.

Aston Martin CEO, Dr Andy Palmer,  said: 'The DB10 is one of the rarest cars ever created. Only ten will ever be made and this is the only one that will be made available for sale.

'It's great to see this DB10 raising vital funds for Medecins Sans Frontieres, it is a fantastic charity that we are delighted to support.'


All of the proceeds raised from the Aston Martin DB10 sale will go to Medecins sans frontieres and The United Nations Mine Action Service

Dr Andy Palmer, Aston Martin CEO said the DB10 is 'one of the rarest cars ever created' and confirmed that only 10 will ever be made

What a car!

Have a fabulous weekend!


Comments

  1. Sleek. so that guy would keep it in his room sha. If not...

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  2. How can you buys something this expensive even when you know you can't show it off. Money good o

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