With the debut of the new James Bond film, SPECTRE, we get a view behind the scenes of Bond’s latest vehicle – the one-off Aston Martin DB10 – in this video.
AML has built 10 DB10s for SPECTRE, including a “Hero” vehicle which is a flawless example for shots of Daniel Craig jumping in and out, a pair of stunt cars and a pair of gadget cars, with as many cars again to cover all eventualities.
The new trailer features Christoph Waltz as the agent’s mysterious nemesis Franz Oberhauser, who asks Bond, “Why did you come?” Everything you believed in are ruined.
“And I thought you came here to die”, Oberhauser replies.
The trailer follows Smith’s Bond track, Writing’s On The Wall, making it to number one in the charts – the first James Bond theme to do so.
Sam Mendes is back behind the camera with a screenplay by John Logan (Skyfall), Neal Purvis, Robert Wade (both behind every Bond since The World is Not Enough) and Jez Butterworth (Black Mass, Edge of Tomorrow).
Spectre reunites Craig with director Mendes, after 2012′s Skyfall became the highest-grossing Bond film in history.
Joining Craig in the film is Lea Seydoux as Madeleine Swann, Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny, Ralph Fiennes as M, Monica Bellucci as Lucia Sciarra, Ben Whishaw as Q, Dave Bautista as Hinx and Christoph Waltz as Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
Spectre opens in cinemas on October 26.