The DB10 tour being held by Aston Martin saw the James Bond Spectre car being shown off to avid fans in Newport Pagnell on October 17.
The latest engineering marvel from Aston Martin was at display at the Olympia where people not only got a chance to see the DB10 but also got to meet with stunt man from James Bond. Aston Martin has organised the DB10 tour under which the car is being taken across company’s UK dealership network and being put in display alongside previous Bond cars – DB5 through to DB9. The company is also hosting other exciting content during this tour.
The DB10 will next be seen at the Regent Street Motor Show on October 31. Alongside the DB10, Aston Martin will also be displaying a number of cars from its current model range including the latest DB9 GT, limited edition Vantage GT12 and a four-door Rapide S.
Enticing as many as 350,000 visitors last year, London’s premier shopping street is closed to traffic for the day to allow cars from the past, present and future to be displayed for all to enjoy. The Regent Street Motor Show attracts not just petrol-heads but also tourists and people shopping early for Christmas.
The Show’s centrepiece will be a display of more than 100 veteran cars all taking part in the prestigious EFG International Concours d’Elegance. Many owners and their passengers will be in period costume, preparing themselves for the famous Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, which sets off from nearby Hyde Park early the following morning (Sunday, 1 November).
The veterans will be rubbing shoulders with classic cars, bikes, new cars and futuristic ‘low or no’ emission electric and hybrid vehicles. The latter display is backed by two organisations helping to shape our motoring future – Go Ultra Low and Transport for London (TfL).