Unique Facts of James Bond’s Car in the Spectre Movie
Are you a fan of James Bond’s movie? If you really are, you must know about the most current movie, Spectre. The car chosen by James Bond for that movie was Aston Martin DB10. The luxurious car that also looks sporty and futuristic is very suitable for the newest Bond. The car is considered as one of the most incredible cars used in James Bond movies. There are some unique facts about the car that’s worth it to know. Check them out below.
First, the car was specially made for James Bond’s film. Aston Martin was willing to spend a lot of money to make this car. It needed only seven months to finish the car. On September 2014, Sam Mendes, the James Bond film director came to Aston Martin studio for the sketch and seven months later, the car had been completely done. Can you imagine that? Normally, it can take for years to make an automobile.
Because Aston Martin DB10 is made in very short time, Marek Reichman, the CCO of Aston Martin decides to use carbon fiber to make the car. This aims to avoid the complexity of the assembly and to make the body lightweight.
Unlike other automobiles that have to pass crash test, emission test, and other tests before being launched, the Aston Martin DB10 doesn’t have to. It’s because the making process of the car is relatively fast so that some tests are skipped.
Another interesting fact about this car is that the cars are produced in a very limited numbers. There are only 10 units in the world in which the eight of them is used in the film.
You must be wondering how much a unit of Aston Martin DB is. It is estimated that the price of this high-tech car reaches more than 475,000 US Dollars.