We’ve seen and heard a lot about Aston Martin’s DB10 sports car designed exclusively for a starring role in the new James Bond movie Spectre. However, we’re yet to really see what it’s like to be behind the wheel of the car or even have a look at its interior.

Well, thanks to supercar spotter Shmee150 we now have an up-close look at the DB10 and get to experience what it’s like to ride in the car. Doing the driving is none other than British racing and stunt driver Mark Higgins, who was responsible for much of the stunt driving in Spectre.

As Higgins reveals in the clip, all 10 examples of the DB10 built for filming have survived, although they aren’t all drivable. Incredibly, one of the cars, chassis #10, will be auctioned off next year to help raise funds for charity.

As previously reported, the DB10 is based on shortened version of the VH platform that underpins all current Aston Martin models. The car is capable of 0-60 mph acceleration in 3.2 seconds and has the ability to shoot flames out of its rear.

While not destined for production, it hints at the styling we can expect on the new generation of Aston Martin sports cars being worked on, the first of which will be the DB9-replacing DB11 due out in 2016.

Spectrehits theaters November 6, 2015.


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