The Aston Martin DB10 has not been released as a production model, as of 2015, so the final features have not been announced by the company. It will, however, be showcased in the latest installment of the James Bond 007 movies, "Spectre." The DB10 is slated for production in 2016.
The movie is going to be the first look most people will get at the new DB10's features. Some of the features on Bond's version probably won't be available on production models such as rollover license plate, ejector seats and forward-facing machine guns. The car design does, however, carry forward the company's cutting-edge designs with a new aluminum architecture and a powerful engine sourced from Mercedes AMG division. Reportedly Aston Martin's creative director Marek Reichman and the Bond movie director Sam Mendes worked closely with the DB10 design team to develop the new model specifically to be the perfect James Bond car.
The Aston Martin DB10 is set to be one of the most-exclusive vehicles ever released with a production run of just 10 cars. Aston Martin and EON Productions, the company making "Spectre" fittingly announced the vehicle-development partnership on the 50th anniversary of Sean Connery's James Bond driving an Aston Martin DB5 in "Goldfinger."