As part of its tour, the Aston Martin DB10 is heading to Regent Street Motor Show to be held on October 31. The James Bond car was in Newport Pagnell on Saturday. The event saw participation from a large crowd at the ‘Olympia’.
The unique Aston Martin DB10 has been created specially for the upcoming movie Spectre and is the latest car in the series of hand-built cars to have been driven by UK’s favourite secret agent. Bond’s first Aston was the famous DB5 from Goldfinger in 1964. The Regent Street Motor Show is the largest free-to-view motor show in the UK, showcasing an impressive 125 years of motoring history and taking place on London’s most iconic shopping street on Saturday 31 October; a date for the diary. According to the organisers, the 2015 show promises to bring a family-friendly, highly interactive feel.
Celebrating the earliest days of motoring with the pre-1905 veteran cars on display as part of the prestigious EFG International Concours d’Elegance, a stunning array of present day and yester-year cars is an exciting opportunity to get a glimpse of what the future of motoring might hold. On the day of the Show, Regent Street will be closed to through traffic from Oxford Circus to Piccadilly Circus, providing a safe environment for visitors to enjoy this motoring extravaganza.
Aston Martin will be showing off a number of cars from its current model range including the latest DB9 GT, limited edition Vantage GT12 and a four-door Rapide S alongside the DB10.
“The Regent Street Motor Show is now established as a great day out for all the family, and is a real celebration of more than a century of our motoring history,” said Peter Foubister, Motoring Secretary of the Royal Automobile Club. “The huge variety of exhibits ranging from the horseless carriages from the dawn of motoring to the cars of today and tomorrow really captures the imagination of visitors whether they have come specifically to see the show or simply catch it while out shopping. And best of all, it’s totally free!”