WCF friend and collaborator Marchettino uploaded a video shot in Rome, Italy with no less than four Aston Martin DB10 cars.

WCF friend and collaborator Marchettino uploaded a video shot in Rome, Italy with no less than four Aston Martin DB10 cars.

The four vehicles were on the movie set of the 24th James Bond movie called SPECTRE which will be out on November 6. Hiding underneath the new skin is actually a V8 Vantage as the car uses the aging VH platform with power coming from a Ford-sourced V8 4.7-liter engine. Characterized as being a modern interpretation of the classic DB5, the DB10 will influence future Aston Martin designs but it won't pave the way for a new styling language.

The video shows four of the ten cars built exclusively for SPECTRE and all of them will be "treated harshly, used in real stunts" while some will be destroyed during the process. Aston Martin design director Marek Reichman said that all movie scenes featuring the DB10 will be entirely real, without the assistance of CGI.

The Aston Martin DB10 driven by James Bond will be pitted against the villain's Jaguar C-X75 concept while the Range Rover Sport SVR and Land Rover Defender Big Foot will also be featured in the movie.

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